Deep Cleaning - why first impressions count
9th November 2010
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As soon as you walk into a room, your eyes take in your surroundings and your brain processes that information. A bright, clean and tidy space will register efficiency, calmness and a sense of things being in control. Exactly the kind of impression any business would want  to make. Getting a ‘deep cleaning’ twice a year makes it easier to keep your work space gleaming.

A deep clean is one where the cabinets get pulled out, the paintwork is washed down any soft furnishings and carpets are cleaned and all those nooks and crannies are cleared out. It is easy to put off a deep clean but you shouldn’t.

Getting your workspace deep cleaned helps create the right impression for clients. Go beyond expectations and make your work place sparkle. It not only helps your customers or clients feel relaxed and cared for, it also gives you a boost.

Premises that are untidy, unkempt or unpleasant don’t help your morale and are certainly off putting for visitors. Clutter and dust have a habit of growing if left unattended. Set yourself a date to deal with yours.

You can set aside time to do this yourself, ask your regular cleaner to do a deep clean or call local thebestof members Apex Cleaning Services  or Spot on Cleaning and give your work place an early Christmas present.

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I am Diana Vickers, the site owner of thebestof Carmarthenshire. This was launched in Carmarthen town in June 2008, to support the very best of the area’s businesses with their promotions and marketing....

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