There are certain types of food and drink that cause more issues with regards to staining or damaging carpets than others, and one of them is gum. Whilst it could be debatable whether gum should actually be classed as a food or not, nevertheless, if some gum gets onto your carpet, then you may have a rather tricky carpet cleaning task on your hands.
You will note we said tricky and not impossible because although it may take some effort to remove gum from your carpet, there should not be any reason that you cannot remove it, provided you follow one of the four methods we are about to explain.
Before we do, there is just one critically important point we need to make and that is that wherever possible try to remove gum from you carpet as soon as possible. Waiting , even for an hour, will make the task much more difficult. Ok, let us start with the first method.
As swimming pools become more affordable – and therefore more common in renovations throughout Australia and the world – the range of different pool fencing styles is broadening. One of the most common styles in recent years is glass balustrading/ fencing, which is both modern and aesthetically appealing.
However, the condition of your glass pool fence can quickly deteriorate if you don’t look after it properly, which means that you need to pay particular attention to both cleaning and maintenance. Dirty glass fences look terrible, and the average fence should be cleaned at least one per month to maintain a like-new appearance.
With this in mind, we’ve put together a short step by step guide to help you clean your glass pool fence quickly and efficiently.
Step 1: Remove Spider Webs & Other Debris
The first thing you need to do when it comes to cleaning your glass pool fence panels properly is to remove any large debris which has built up around the bottom of the fence. If you don’t clean regularly, things like dead leaves and spider webs can accumulate at the bottom of and between your panels.