Cleaning

  • (noun): The act of making something clean.
    Example: "He gave his shoes a good cleaning"
    Synonyms: cleansing, cleanup

Some articles on cleaning:

Copper Slag
... Copper slag abrasive is suitable for blast cleaning of steel and stone/concrete surfaces, removal of mill scale, rust, old paint, dirt etc ... edia/grit - is manufactured of the granulated slag of copper refineries, and used for blast-cleaning of metal surface ... - but its main use is still for surface blast-cleaning ...
The Apprentice (UK Series Five) - Challenges - Week 1
... Task To start up a cleaning company, with a starting budget of £200 ... Result Empire decided to try car cleaning mainly, with half the boys focusing on one big minicab contract ... Ignite, meanwhile, focused on just car-cleaning ...
Squeej - Window Cleaning
... tools is probably the hand-held window squeegee, used to remove the cleaning fluid or water from a glass surface ... century, a more efficient tool for the cleaning of window exteriors was needed ... The modern single-blade window cleaning squeegee was patented by Ettore Steccone in 1936 it was made of lightweight brass with a very flexible and sharp rubber blade ...
Steam - Uses - Cleaning
... Used in cleaning of fibers, sometimes prior to painting. ...
Spray-and-vac Cleaning
... Spray-and-vac cleaning is a “no-touch” method - cleaning is accomplished without the need for workers to touch soiled surfaces with their hands - used in professional cleaning in which a ... Application of a cleaning solution followed by pressurized rinsing and vacuuming removes soil more effectively than methods that rely solely on absorbent wiping (e.g ... mopping, microfiber and cleaning cloth use) ...

Famous quotes containing the word cleaning:

    Conditional love is love that is turned off and on....Some parents only show their love after a child has done something that pleases them. “I love you, honey, for cleaning your room!” Children who think they need to earn love become people pleasers, or perfectionists. Those who are raised on conditional love never really feel loved.
    Louise Hart (20th century)

    The disgust with dirt can be so great that it keeps us from cleaning ourselves—from “justifying” ourselves.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)