Washing machines work hard at getting all manner of stains out of your clothes, as well as keeping your towels and linens hygienic. It seems odd that a machine that is designed to clean things also needs cleaning itself, but it does need doing regularly to get rid of residual muck. If you don’t clean your washing machine on a regular basis it can develop a lingering smell, won’t clean your clothes properly and problem areas such as the detergent drawer and inner seal can become mouldy or clogged. To keep your washing machine clean and running smoothly, the team at ACE has some easy and affordable tips.
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Our easy to follow tutorial explains how to clean tricky kitchen surfaces such as marble worktops and steel hobs.Read More »
Limescale, germs and water marks can build up on sinks, baths, toilets and surfaces. ACE is here to keep your bathrooms hygienic and sparkling clean.Read More »
Our trick will leave your grouting sparkling white and free from mould. Cleaning tiled floors, walls and showers has never been so easy!Read More »
White tennis shoes and trainers don’t stay white for long. Using ACE, you can restore them to their former glory.Read More »
Barbecue grills are notoriously difficult to degrease. Our ACE tutorial is here to help.Read More »
Our easy-to-follow tutorial will bring back the sparkle to your alloy wheel trims.Read More »
A child’s high chair? You might not believe it, but cleaning one is really easy.Read More »
We’ve developed some top tips to help get mud out of your carpets and clothes!
Winter is a great time to wrap up and set out for a walk with the kids and the dog in the chilly outdoors. However, arriving home with mud-coated wellies and dirt-covered paws can be a nightmare for keeping the housework under control.
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When detective fiction first began to be become really popular and mainstream around the 1920s and 30s there were a few ways that criminals could cover their tracks. Hairs left at the scene? No problem. There was no DNA testing then as there is today. Needed to destroy fingerprints on a knife? No problem, just wipe it clean (good back then but not so effective anymore as colour-changing fluorescent films can help to capture latent or hidden prints). And if there was blood on your clothing? Simple; give it a darn good wash.
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