BUNZL Cleaning & Hygiene Supplies Blog

Bunzl Cleaning and Hygiene Supplies Blog Off To a Dazzling Start

Bunzl Cleaning and Hygiene Supplies (BCHS) is delighted to announce the launch of its blog, an online resource which will provide insight, practical advice and useful reference materials for professionals in the cleaning and hygiene sectors.

BUNZL Cleaning and Hygiene Supplies Blog Launched

As the leading UK distributor of cleaning and hygiene supplies, Bunzl CHS recognises that the best products need to be supported by the highest levels of service. From customer care teams, to our drivers, each team member is committed to the needs of the customer. Our blog will follow suit by making sure that readers are in the position to get the most from their products, and are able to make informed purchasing decisions.

We will be covering off topics which concern all of our main product lines, so whether you are interested in washroom management, choosing the best cleaning chemicals for your needs or want to be kept up to date on the latest developments in hand hygiene we’ll have it covered.

In recognition of the blog launch, we are offering readers the opportunity to win one of two £50 Amazon vouchers. For your chance to win, follow the instructions when prompted in the app below.

The more options you take part in, the more chances you have to win, so get following @bunzlcleaning  or visiting us on Facebook , and you could be one of our lucky winners.


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We look forward to seeing you here again soon!

46 thoughts on “Bunzl Cleaning and Hygiene Supplies Blog Off To a Dazzling Start

  1. sarah pelham

    To clean a microwave, cut half a lemon and place in a bowl of water, set the microwave on heat for 30 seconds to a minute depending on the grime amount and it’s easier to wipe away clean 🙂 and keeps it smelling fresh if you add bicarbonate soda too!

  2. Tracy Nixon

    To clean my microwave I fill up a cup of water and put it in there on high for a few minutes. The steam from the cup loosens any stuck-on food so I can just wipe it away. Simples!

  3. Ann Gwillim

    I always clean up in the kitchen as I cook dinner. Waiting for veg to cook gives me time to wash down worktops & doors. Also wash up as I go along so not much left to wash after dinner when I usually feel to stuffed out to do.

  4. Stephanie Lear

    Dissolve some biological washing powder to clean pet accidents. It will come up clean and smell much better too.

  5. justine meyer

    I like to hoover the stairs with a nozzle just before visitors and it gives the impression that i have hoovered everywhere

  6. tiggerific1973

    Any cream cleanser will clean UPVC window frames in seconds and they will be brilliantly clean!

  7. Rosalind Sargent

    wipe some baby oil on wooden Black furniture with a cotton wool pad it gives it a shine to refresh its appearance and does not show up dust particles

  8. Anthony Harrington

    I love hoovering! my tip is tip is too regularly clean the hoover, oil it and maintain it, change/wash the filters regularly.

  9. Megan Adams

    Clean regularly – 30 minutes a day. Keep on top of the housework and saves having to blitz the whole house once a week.

  10. Rachael G

    Little and often – ad breaks are perfect for putting away toys or loading the dishwasher.

  11. Emma Birley

    Do it all in the morning, so you can relax for the rest of the day! Is that a tip? Makes me feel happy about the rest of the day anyhow 🙂

  12. Kelly L

    Make a list containing of your top cleaning jobs that need to be completed that day and work through the list.

  13. sally hartley

    Use Bicarbonate of Soda, to clean your oven. Smear a thick paste of the solution all over the interior of your oven and leave overnight. In the morning wipe the solution off with a clean damp sponge and be amazed as months’ worth of grease and grime magically disappear!

  14. Kellie Collister

    Believe it or not – toothbrushes! fridge seals especially as well as other little nooks and crannies

  15. Allison Sherwood

    put a bowl of water and lemon juice in the microwave on full power for a few minutes to make cleaning stuck on food easy to clean and leave a lovely fresh lemony smell.

  16. lyn

    Harpic Toilet cleaner with limescale remover is brilliant for shower doors.. put on with a damp cloth and rinse off after a minute

  17. belinda porter

    clean the kitchen sink and put dishes away before you go to bed it makes you feel better in the morning to have a clean sink

  18. Eleanor Beavan

    Clean one room a day thoroughly. At the end of the week you will have a gleaming home, each room will be cleaned to perfection without the stress of trying to do it all in a day !

  19. Ann Robinson

    Using lemon juice in a bowl of water to clean my microwave, it makes the house smell nice too