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1031 Miles Later

They did it! Congratulations to Dean, Patrick and Kevan on their Land’s End to John O’Groats cycle! They even arrived ahead of schedule, it took them 13 days to peddle from end to end. There were a couple of instances of the satnavs sending them in the wrong direction and one tumble but apart from […]

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Woopsadaisy We’ve Gone The Wrong Way!

Hopefully this isn’t the case! Dean Clark, Managing Director at Greenstar Cleaners, set off on an epic Land’s End to John O’Groats cycle on Sunday 12 May.  Dean and two friends, Patrick and Kevan are cycling for the Whoopsadaisy charity; a small charity that helps children with Cerebal Palsey and other motor conditions http://www.whoopsadaisy.org They […]

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5 Ways to Spring Clean and Make Your Office Sparkle

With winter behind us and the weather getting warmer, it can only mean one thing: spring is finally here. Many of us will have used the Easter break to spring clean; decluttering our kitchens, reorganising our wardrobes and dusting away a few cobwebs, but while your home is sparkling, what about your business? Clean and […]

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More Plastic In The Ocean Than Fish By 2050

Now that’s a headline that makes you think. Swimming side by side with a plastic bag and plastic bottle does not conjure the same image as swimming with dolphins or a shoal of fish. Did you know that: • 8 million pieces of plastic pollution find their way into the sea every day • 150 […]

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The Humble Air Freshener

These day the humble air freshener comes in all sorts of guises; from plug-ins, dangly things from car mirrors, diffusers, automatic sprays, candles the list is endless. But were you aware that the air freshener dates back to the Ancient Egyptians in 3000BC. It was used for masking smells, not the smells we are used […]

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Manor Royal Business District Exhibition 2017

What better way to spend a day, than in the company of neighbours. In this case it was at the annual Manor Royal Business District, Know Your Neighbour Exhibition which takes place in Crawley. It is an opportunity for companies on Manor Royal to bring along their wares for the day and catch up with […]

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The Amazing Microfibre Glass Cleaning Cloth

Everywhere I turn, be it at home, work or in my car I come across a cheeky little microfibre glass cloth. I wondered why they were taking over, then realised it was because I am completely besotted with them. Sad but true. I could wax lyrical all day about the joy a glass cloth brings. […]

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To Clean, or Not to Clean, That is the Question

What’s the best piece of cleaning equipment you have invested in? For me it is a close run race between the dishwasher and the steam mop, with the dishwasher coming in first place. Just the thought of the time spent standing at the sink, then the drying and then the putting away (although I’ve yet […]

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Spring is in the Air

Daffodils poking through the ground, lambs bleating and the smell of freshly mowed grass. It can only mean one thing; Spring has arrived! Here at Greenstar we have tucked the gritter away for the season and dusted off the lawnmower and shears. We’ve already done the first cut of the year for clients, and apparently […]

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Give Your Carpets the Love they Deserve

Usually we only notice a carpet needs cleaning if there is a great big coffee stain, normally resplendent in the middle of the room. However our carpets put up with much more than that. Throughout the winter, on icy mornings, salt from outside has been trampled through the carpets. Over time the salt and other […]

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Soap That Changes Lives

Greenstar Cleaners are delighted to be supporting Clarity, the UK’s oldest social enterprise, which creates jobs for blind, disabled or otherwise disadvantaged people through the manufacture of soap and cleaning products. Based in East London, Clarity is the UK’s oldest social enterprise and has employed people who are blind, disabled or otherwise disadvantaged since 1854. […]

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