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Most people don't think about cleaning their radiators, but they can get dirty and in bad shape if they are not properly maintained. Radiators can get dusty quickly. This is because, when your clean radiators heat the air, the hot air rises; and when hot air rises, cold air rushes to fill the space where the hot air used to be; pulling in all that dust and other particles with it. This means that your radiator is primarily a huge vacuum/hoover! The radiator is designed to have lots of surface area to help the radiator work more efficiently to get as...

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Radiators are manufactured in such a way that dust and dirt can become trapped inside the fins and not forgetting behind the back of the radiators which can take some time to clean! If the output of your radiator drops too much, then you won't just feel uncomfortable but your home will begin to accumulate moisture.  Moisture that's being allowed to cool to a watery substance. If there is a buildup of dust and dirt inside your radiator then you're at risk of having a damp problem that will only get worse in time. This can result in the development of...

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How often do you clean inside your house Every Day? Once a Week? Or even less than that? It is beneficial that you carry out one deep clean at least once a year prior to the heating season to remove accumulated reservoirs of dust Cleaning the house can be a daunting task, some people love doing it, while some will wait until the mould starts growing hair – especially the mould around your house that can also be behind your radiators but not visible as the microscopic pores can disperse and circulate via heat convection from your radiators raising exposure...

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Dust is made of fine particles of solid matter. It generally consists of particles in the atmosphere that come from various sources such as soil, dust lifted by the wind, volcanic eruptions, and pollution. Dust in homes, offices, and other human environments contains small amounts of plant pollen, human and animal hairs, textile fibres, paper fibres, minerals from outdoor soil, human skin cells, burnt meteorite particles, and many other materials which may be found in the local environment. What Are Dust Mites And Where Do Dust Mites Come From? Dust mites are microscopic arachnids that live in abundance in people’s...

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Radiators remain the first-choice emitter within the UK new build arena – accounting for 90% of all installations of the 26.3 million homes in the UK 23.6 million have radiators. Radiators are notoriously tricky objects to clean behind effectively and the build-up of debris, dust or even pet dander can be a real health hazard, not to mention an unpleasant surprise whenever serious spring cleaning or maintenance is required.   What Causes Radiators To Become A Health Hazard Radiators both in the home and workplace can be a health hazard for people with breathing problems and at no time is...

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