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Here you will find reviews about Malvern and its shops, bars and cafes, interviews with Malvern people of all hues (coming soon), and articles on such diverse things as cleaning to economics and politics.
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Are you a cold wash or hot wash person? A recent study has revealed the surprising answer to whether washing with hot or cold water is more efficient at removing bacteria from the skin.
We discuss what we think is the most friendly environment in the home to micro-organisms, the 'dirtiest' part of the household. Read on, and be sure to wash your hands!
Malvern Cleaners urges caution when you clean your pets dwellings: every species has different micro-organisms, and some aren't friendly. So take care!
Will you join the Clean for the Queen campaign in Malvern? As a cleaner I feel people should take pride in their neighbourhoods. See if you can help.
There are not many Apps for cleaning! Feeling left out, I ponder what Apps we cleaners could develop. Angry Birds? You wait till Angry Cleaners comes out!
We at Malvern Cleaners are still sad to see that word is not getting out. You should NEVER mix bleach and vinegar. The results, chlorine gas, can be fatal.
Watching Jim Al-Khalili's program on Quantum Biology made me wonder what the implications for cleaning could be, as he redefined how we actually smell odours . . .
Malvern Cleaners wonders what is the most difficult thing to clean? From cables cars in Gibraltar to high rise offices and Cotswold marquees, we find out.
With winter upon us, what are the best cleaning techniques to try and minimise any flu, cough, or colds from decimating your office workforce or family?
On a recent business trip to Tokyo, a relative of mine was amazed at how tidy the Japanese were, with a culture of cleanliness that we should envy. Still, all is not yet lost.
This year, the world has seen automation marching into all areas of our lives. But will us humble cleaners be affected by such gadgetry? Or will we lead the rebellion?
At Malvern Cleaners, we deal with mild chemicals and compounds in bleach and sprays - BUT you should never mix any of them! Especially not bleach and vinegar.
A recent study reveals the astonishing number of years that we spend cleaning. How much is your time worth? Perhaps it's time to hire a Malvern Cleaner?
Malvern Cleaners has introduced its new END-OF-TENANCY cleaning group after we've received several calls from local Malvern estate agents looking to get their lettings cleaned out after a tenant moves on.
Malvern Cleaners has successfully tested our new service: a pick up and return Malvern Ironing service that I have just put a price list together for. We already have two regular clients and that is a good start.
A Malvern Cleaner gets to enjoy a day away from cleaning by helping a client out with a lift all the way back from Warwickshire, where they have stored their classic car. It is a journey filled with summer enchantment and memories, and the promise of more adventures to come.
A conversation between an engineer and a cleaner provokes one of those moments where you ponder "what might have been?" had I pursued a different course. Urged on by building ever bigger and more complex Meccano and Lego sets, I agreed to offer Cobra Plant Machinery an introduction for their new enterprise.
Science & Faith join forces for the annual Malvern Festival in March. We review what's on and urge you to take an interest.
OXI! Will the Greek bailout get through Parliament? And if it does what then? The Euro and Greece are two feuding bedfellows. And will we see a can kicked farther down the road?
Are the super-rich gaining at the expense of the rest of us? What does it mean for our standard of living? "Man the tumbrils?" or "Raise the champagne?" Which are you?
"The rich are all evil!" is the premise for Channel's 4's latest piece of mob-baiting, but it's so one-sided I am forced to comment and to take an opposing view.
Ed Milliband's conference speech proves that Labour is doomed at the election. The Metropolitan politics of the Islington dinner table have trumped the real concerns of hard working families.