Category: Home Cleaning

An Unlikely Outcome – Zero Waste at a Post-Construction Cleaning Project

Everyone in the post-construction cleaning business will tell you that post-construction cleaning results in a significant amount of waste. Now this might sound normal, but is it really fine to contribute to plastic waste? Cleaning generally cause a lot of waste that cannot be recycled. For example, the plastic containers in which cleaning chemicals are stored are discarded, and end up on landfill sites. So how did we achieve zero-waste at a Post-Construction Cleaning project? It all boils down [...]

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Why fogging is not recommended for COVID-19

We at DewTouch base our cleaning processes and services on sound research and the latest technology. Our services offered during the COVID-19 pandemic is no different. Due to significant misconceptions out there, and the consequently negative impact this may have on businesses out there, we have decided to share this information with you. The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently released interim guidance on the cleaning and disinfection of environmental surfaces in the context of COVID-19. O [...]

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Unique measures to help contain COVID-19 Corona-virus

National focus have shifted from prevention to containment. This is since it appears that the world won't be able to stop the spread of the COVID-19 Corona-Virus. Drastic measures have just been implemented by President Cyril Ramaphosa. Besides travel bans the emphasis was placed on general containment and hygiene. We at DewTouch Cleaning Services understand the seriousness of the spread of the COVID-19 Corona Virus. For this reason our cleaning services will include both killing and removing of [...]

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How to take care of your marble surfaces

Although marble surfaces may look hard and durable, you can damage it severely with the wrong cleaners and incorrect use. Marble is in fact vulnerable to staining, and more so than granite. So when you spill something on marble, make sure you clean it up quickly. Marble is also more porous than granite, thus the wrong chemicals will definitely harm your marble surfaces. An acid based cleaner such as vinegar will cause your marble to loose its shine. Rather use fibres that only requires water to [...]

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