In the cold, damp season the risk of mould forming in your home increases. As do the far-reaching consequences: mould spores can trigger allergic reactions and the mould damages the material that it attacks. Which is why it’s important to quickly identify mould, remove it thoroughly, and ideally stop it forming in the first place.
Once again, the scent of homemade cookies and cakes is filling our homes. Before the dough is ready to go on the baking sheet, though, you have to do plenty of stirring, mixing and kneading. Afterward, your work surfaces and sometimes even the whole kitchen will need a thorough cleaning.
Outdoors at last! At the first sign of sunshine and warm days, we open up our balconies and patios and they become an open-air room for the next few months. With all that goes with it – including lots of opportunities for stains and dirt to occur.
Summertime is the most beautiful time for the garden and patio. Most of your spare time is spent outside of the four walls: the BBQ is used more often, doors are left open and there is a lively coming and going of friends and family on balmy evenings.
The European CLP Regulation No. EC/1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures brings EU and national legislation in line with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS).
Made it. Winter has passed, the new BBQ season can finally start. Now there is nothing to do other than go outside and enjoy the first barbecue party. To make your steaks, skewers and the rest taste even better, it's best to start the BBQ season by spring cleaning your BBQ equipment.