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Celebrity star teams up with Affordable Cleaning Services

One of the most famous names on television of the past decade has agreed to become the face of a Bristol based commercial cleaning company.

Kim Woodburn, the co-star of How Clean Is Your House, has teamed up with Affordable Cleaning Services.

Spencer Delbridge, founder of the company, whose headquarters is in Christmas Street in the city centre, said the star was the ‘obvious face’ to promote Affordable Cleaning Services.

“When it comes to cleaning Kim is the lady,” he said. “She is instantly recognizable and more than a celebrity, but an icon for the cleaning industry,” he said.

“She is the obvious face to promote Affordable Cleaning Services and we are honoured for her agreeing to help us,” he added.
From 2003 to 2009 Kim Woodburn became known to millions as she visited and cleaned disgusting homes across the UK.
The larger than life beehive haired star, became a cult celebrity with her duster, feather edged gloves and flirtatious put downs. Her appeal also led to an appearance on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
Mrs Woodburn said she hoped her celebrity endorsement would benefit Affordable Cleaning Services.
“High cleaning standards are hard to find and I’m happy to support a business who shares my views that quality cleaning is not something that can be done by anybody,” she said. “I wish them the very best of luck.”

Festive strain to show poor cleaning standards

The annual festive season will see the busiest time of the year for all food outlets throughout the country as loved ones get together for a meal, drink and merriment and the kebab lust is induced by a pint or 10.
From our considerable experience we can safely predict that it will see some standards lapse, and it will be a crucial time for many of eateries in terms of their reputation.
This is the time when cracks appear in a business’s hygiene and whilst some will be paper thin some will be a chasm.

Continue reading Festive strain to show poor cleaning standards

Christmas break a sore reminder for failing Bristol restaurants

As festive fun begins to envelop us all you can be sure the holiday period will be a painful time to reflect on a poor 2013 for some Bristol restaurants.
In July dozens of restaurants were given substandard ratings when the Food Standards Agency assessed them for hygiene, whilst seven of these establishments received no stars and not even one single point. Continue reading Christmas break a sore reminder for failing Bristol restaurants