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AN ESSENTIAL PART OF YOUR CLEANING PROGRAM


FEDERATION OF WINDOW CLEANERS SAFETY ACCREDITED MEMBER (SAM) PROCUREMENT SCHEME


THE ONLY WINDOW CLEANING SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT SCHEME


• SAM has been designed and developed by a team of experienced industry experts.


• SAM is training based rather than just paper trail based, with owners having to sit & pass IOSH written & practical examinations.


BATTERY POWERED No mains cables required


FOUR HOURS RUNTIME From a single charge


OPTIONAL EXTRAS Accesories to suit all cleaning requirements


CLEANS FIVE TIME FASTER Than manual methods


VERSATILE Will clean, scrub, polish & even grind most surfaces


EASY TO USE Lightweight – at 1.5kg & adjustable


RECHARGEABLE Quick change dry battery


EUROPEAN IMPORTERS Made in USA


Motorscrubber is a battery operated 8 inch scrubbing


machine designed for cleaning all those areas where the larger machines cant reach. We have over 75000 satisfied customers using the Motorscrubber who state that


the


machine helps them achieve higher hygiene standards and reduces certain cleaning tasks by 80%. The Different applications Motorscrubber is used for is endless.


The most popular uses for motorscrubber is stair cleaning, washroom and toilet cleaning floors and walls, Vehicle cleaning, stainless steel buffing, the list goes on. Please take a look at our video at www.killis.co.uk to view some of its uses. There is a huge range of accessories for every type of cleaning task.


COMMERCIAL CLEANING SOLUTIONS Ltd


Academy training in our purpose built training areas . Discount for multiple bookings . Lunch and refreshments provided in a local restaurant . How to fit access panels for cleaning . Once complete you will be able to start straight away . Full start up packages available


Window cleaning . Crime scene cleaning . Graffiti Removal


Fire & floodrestoration . Building site cleans . Void cleaning Waste Removal . Carpet cleaning . Kitchen Deep cleaning Pest control . Drain cleaning


Kitchen Deep Cleaning


• Contractor certificate used as a means to demonstrate Health & Safety competency.


• Audits carried out by governing body ensuring site specific practice & paperwork is compliant.


Federation of Window Cleaners Tel: 0161 432 8754 Fax: 0161 947 9033 Email: info@f-w-c.co.uk Website: www.f-w-c.co.uk


INTENSIVE TRAINING COURSE


KITCHEN DEEP CLEAN INTENSIVE TRAINING COURSE


KITCHEN DEEP CLEAN Contact us for more information


Tel: 0044 (0) 114 273 1502 Email: sales@killis.co.uk Web: www.killis.co.uk


6 Orgreave Road, Dorehouse Ind. Estate, Handsworth, Sheffield S13 9LQ UK


UK Commercial Cleaning provide specialist training courses for cleaning extractor hoods, duct cleaning and full deep kitchen cleaning to comply with HVCA TR/19 standards.


UK Commercial Cleaning provide specialist training courses for cleaning extractor hoods, duct cleaning and full deep kitchen cleaning to comply with HVCA/19 standards.


We will supply certification upon satisfactory completion of training


£385+VAT per person (Ap roximately 7 hours)


One day extractor hood cleaning - £385+VAT per person


www.uk-cc.co.uk


We will supply certification upon satisfactory completion of training. Half Day extractor hood cleaning - (Approximately 4 hours)


Two day deep kitchen cleaning - £485.00+VAT per person (includes extractor hood training


www.uk-cc.co.uk Tel:0800 032 9533


16 Bridgewater Road, Hertburn Industrial Estate, GWashington, Tyne and Wear NE37 2SG


Unit 14 Octavian Way, Team Valley, ate head, Tyne and Wear, NE 11 OHZ


Full Day deep kitchen cleaning - £485.00+VAT per person (Includes extractor hood training)


Tel: 0800 032 9533


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