We provide commercial cleaning services in North Shore and greater part of Auckland.
Angel Commercial Cleaning is more than just cleaning. Our aim is to create Healthy Clean Workplace environments for an organization’s customers and staff.
Having clean and hygienic commercial premises is the simplest way to improve your workplace environment.
Whether you’re a small business just starting out, or a large company with a number of employees, schools, preschools, gyms, health clinics, factory's and pretty much any cleaning we can help you.
From dusting, sanitising, rubbish removal, vacuuming, stripping and polishing hard floors, or carpet and upholestery cleaning.
We offer a one month trial and guarantee to make your office cleaning hassle free by:
Employing and training quality staff and regularly checking the standard of work. Keeping in touch to check that you’re satisfied. Making sure our staff follow industry standard health and safety and environmental practices and respect your confidentiality, security, and privacy. Talking with you about any changes to your needs and undertaking any extra work needed promptly and to your satisfaction.
Our cleaning services can :
- Do your dustings
- Clean your toilets and bathrooms
- Spruce up the kitchen
- Vacuum the carpets
- Empty the bins
- Wash the floors
- Sanitise your keyboards & phone
Office cleaning and Home cleaning Tips :
Put a paste of water and cornstarch, cornmeal or talcum powder on fresh spots. Let dry and brush off.
Cover fresh or dried stains with meat tenderizer and add cool water. After 15 to 30 minutes, sponge off with cool water.
Fresh blood on leather? Dab on a little hydrogen peroxide. After it bubbles, wipe it off.
If you get blood on fabric, quickly wet a long piece of white cotton thread with saliva and place it across the spot. The thread will absorb the blood.
Removing Crayon Marks
Remove crayon marks from painted walls by scrubbing with toothpaste or an ammonia-soaked cloth. Rinse and dry.
Removing Heel Marks
Take pencil eraser and rub them off.
Quick fix for shiny wood floors.
Put a piece of waxed paper under your dust mop. Dirt will stick to the mop and the wax will shine your floors.
If necessary, dust off the window and sill with a clean paintbrush. Excess dust and water can cause mud.
Use a professional-type squeegee available for about $20 at a janitorial supply store. Forget the cheap brands you find at the grocery store. They are not as effective, and you have to replace the whole thing once you get a nick in the blade.
Don't clean windows while they are in direct sunlight. Your cleaning solution will dry too fast.
Dip a 100% cotton cleaning cloth in your solution. Wring out the excess and then wipe the window to loosen dirt.
Grab your squeegee. Start each squeegee stroke in a dry spot. Wipe a strip with a cleaning cloth to get started.
Squeegee in a pattern from top to bottom, or side to side. If you clean the outside and the inside, Work top to bottom on the inside and side to side on the outside. By doing this, you'll be able to identify which side any streaks left behind are on.
Keep the squeegee blade dry by wiping it with a cleaning cloth after each stroke.
Replace the blade when necessary. Even the smallest nick can cause streaking.
Don't have a squeegee? Use newspaper for drying freshly washed windows. It's cheaper and leaves no lint behind.
More Window Washing Hints
Cleaning Window Sills
- To remove spots rub the surface with rubbing alcohol.
Removing Tar Spots
- Use paste wax to remove tar from floors. This works on shoes too.
- For spilled wax on carpets and upholstery, put a brown paper bag over the dried wax and run a hot iron over it. The bag will absorb the hot wax.
- Dried wax on wood floors can be removed by softening the wax with a hair dryer, then removing with paper towels. Wash spot down with a combination of vinegar and water.
Cleaning Soiled Shirt Collars
- Take a small paintbrush and brush hair shampoo into soiled shirt collars before laundering. Shampoo is made to dissolve body oils.
Cleaning Combs and Brushes
- Use a combination of baking soda and hot water to clean hair brushes and combs.
Removing Deodorant Stains from Washables
- Sponge area with white vinegar. If stain remains, soak with denatured alcohol. Wash with detergent in hottest water safe for fabric.
Cleaning Glass Table Tops
- Clean by rubbing with a little lemon juice, dry with paper towels and polish with newspaper for a sparkling table.
- Toothpaste will remove small scratches from glass.
- To remove stains, sprinkle salt on a fresh cut lemon. Rub very lightly over stain. Do not rub hard or you will ruin the polished surface. Wash off with soap and water.
- Carved furniture- dip old toothbrush into furniture polish and brush lightly.
- To remove polish build-up mix one cup water and one cup vinegar. Dip soft cloth in the mixture and wring out before wiping furniture. Dry immediately with another soft, dry cloth.
Cleaning Acoustical Tiles
- Clean with the dust-brush attachment of your vacuum cleaner.
- Remove stains and dirt with mild soap and water. Don't let the tiles get too wet.
- To dust papered walls, tie a dustcloth over your broom and work from the top down.
- To remove pencil marks and other non-greasy spots from non-washable papers, use an art-gum eraser or a slice of fresh rye bread.
- To remove greasy spots, crayon marks and food stains, apply a paste of cleaning fluid and fuller's earth, cornstarch or whiting. Let dry and brush off. Repeat the treatment until the spot is gone.
- Wipe off fingerprints with a damp cloth, then sprinkle the moist area with fuller's earth. Let it dry and then brush it off.
- To prevent splash marks when you're washing baseboards or other woodwork, mask wallpaper with a wide ruler, venetian blind-slat or a piece of rigid plastic.
- When you save scraps of wallpaper for patching, tack them to a wall in the attic or closet. When you use them for repairs, they won't look so brand new.
Removing Water Stains
- If the fabric is non-washable, gently scratch off the stain (which is made up of mineral deposits) with your fingernail. Still there? Hold the spot over a steaming teakettle until well-dampened. As it dries, rub the stain, working from its outer edges toward the center.
- Remove hard-water stains from glasses and bottles by rubbing them with steel wool dipped in vinegar.
- Cover hard-water stains on bathroom fixtures with a paste of baking soda and vinegar. Then drape with a terry clot towel and let stand for about an hour. Wipe off, rinse and dry.
- Remove dust from wicker by vacuuming with the dust brush attachment. To remove grime, wash with a solution of 2 tablespoons ammonia per gallon of water. use a paintbrush or a toothbrush to get at hard-to-reach places. Rinse well. Air dry in the shade.
- Slip your hands into a pair of socks for cleaning the miniblinds. Dip one hand into a bucket of warm, soapy water and hold the blinds between your two hands. Rub back and forth until you've cleaned the whole surface. Then reverse sides so the dry sock dries the blinds.
- Wipe miniblinds with damp fabric softener sheets to eliminate static that collects dust. The same trick works for your T.V. screen.
Miniblind Spring Cleaning
- Take the blind down and take it outside.
- Lay it on an old blanket preferably on a slanted area of the yard.
- Let the blind out all the way and make sure all the louvers are flat.
- Mix up a bucket of all-purpose cleaner or ammonia solution.
- Scrub with a soft brush then turn it over to do the back side.
- By now the blanket is wet and is helping to clean the blind and protecting it.
- Hang the blind on a clothesline and hose it off.
- Gentle shaking will help it begin to drip dry.
- Remember, plants get dusty too. You can clean small plants in the kitchen sink, and larger ones enjoy a shower in the bathroom.
- Always disinfect doorknobs, switchplates and telephones. They collect germs from everyone who touches them.
- Remove hair spray from a mirror with a little rubbing alcohol on a soft cloth.
- Linen closets can be a jumbled mess, especially when you have children making their own beds. Organize bed linens in sets. Fold flat sheet in half twice lengthwise, then fold fitted sheet the same way and lay it on top of the flat folded sheet. Add one or two pillow cases folded long ways and roll them all together into a neat roll. Whoever is making the bed can grab only a roll instead of rummaging around and making a mess.
- Spray broom or dust mop with you favourite furniture polish and the dust and dirt will be easier to collect when you sweep.
- Freshen curtains in the dryer with a fabric softener sheet and a damp towel.
- If you can't reach the cobwebs with your feather duster, use the detached vacuum wand as an extension.
- Spray furniture polish on hard to clean ashtrays. Ashes then dump out without sticking.
- If You've Got Allergies
- Air condition your home.
- Keep bathrooms free of mold and mildew.
- Avoid pets or restrict them to certain areas.
- Damp mop hard surfaces regularly.
- Enclose your fireplace.
- Fluff drapes and rugs in dryer to remove dust.
- Use your exhaust fans.
- Vacuum mattresses.
- Don't allow smoking in your home.
- Replace furnace filters frequently.
- Vacuum everything once a week.
- Invest in an ozone-free air cleaner.
Odor and Moisture Removal
- To get rid of odor you have to remove the source, not just cover the odor up with perfumed air freshener. Clean up and disinfect. Kill the germs that cause most household odors. The quicker you get after odors, the easier they are to remove.
Mix Your Own Cleaning Solutions
- Ammonia, diluted with 3 parts water in an empty spray bottle can be used to clean windows, appliances and countertops. Full strength it can remove wax build-up from the kitchen floor.
- An excellent way to scour copper and brass is 1/2 cup vinegar mixed with 1 tablespoon salt.
- Full strength pine oil is great for deodorizing garbage cans, and scrubbing the kitchen and bathroom floor.
- Baking soda can be used instead of scouring powder and also removes stains and odors from refrigerators and coffee pots.
- A sprinkle of dry baking soda before vacuuming will freshen the carpeting. Try it as a deodorizer for diaper pails and kitty litter.
- Get to them quickly with a solution of dish detergent and water