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With many workplaces, schools, dentists etc opening their doors over the last few weeks, it has meant that most of our furloughed contract cleaners have finally been able to return to their workplace. 

Cleaning is something we all have experience in doing, some do it well, some do it not so well,

Those of you who regularly read our blogs will know that Clean Shield are proud

With the government restrictions recently being lifted to allow schools,

I would think most businesses in Gloucestershire (if not all) 

A light at the end of the tunnel ...

At Clean-Shield, we specialise in providing professional cleaning services to keep the public safe.

That time of year is fast approaching and I expect you are planning your annual big Spring clean.

The importance of flexible working hours seems to be a very topical subject in the press at the moment

Just for a change, I thought we could have a bit of a history lesson this month.

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

Now I have heard of some unusual cleaning products in my time,

A clean bill of health and a Big Thank You for Rose and her Dedicated Team.

I know that cleaning your home may not be your favourite task but it needs to be done nevertheless.


I am always on the lookout for cleaning hints and recently spotted an article on home. BT which detailed some top tips from Aggie MacKenzie.  You may know Aggie from TV’s How Clean Is Your House?

Personal development, team spirit & community have been at the forefront of Clean Shield’s business ethos right from day one, and along with hard work and determination,

I was horrified to learn that sickness absence in the UK costs employers some £29 billion per annum. A contributing factor to those absences is workplace hygiene.

I know that time is fast approaching that all teachers love – the long summer break! And we finally have some decent weather to shout about, too.

New carpets look and feel fantastic but over time colours can fade and fluffiness become replaced with coarseness.

Back in March, I wrote a blog about Clean Shield Site Supervisor, Dave Harris,