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When searching the internet there are so many genius ideas of great places to hide things around the house. Although many are for money or valuables. If you want to install and hide a wall safe you are presented with fewer options. The most obvious one is that it needs to be fitted into the wall. The key to picking a good spot to hide your wall safe is to pick something that’s in plain sight. The more obvious, the less likely it is to be found.   Radiators Are Overlooked Some people might find socks, tea towels or garments...

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The main reason people need to get behind their radiators is to paint or wallpaper. When decorating the radiator can be a frustrating obstacle that if not manoeuvred around properly causes future problems. A proportion of people that have children with severe respiratory problems such as asthma go to every length to ensure the house is rid of triggers. The dust that sits behind your radiator accumulates over time and becomes a trigger for such illnesses. The only way to get a thorough clean behind the radiator is to remove it from the wall, which is quite a big task...

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As much as we hate to admit it, the only way to paint behind a radiator properly is to remove the radiator from the wall. There are many tips and trips around on how to get behind the radiator with sponges stapled to sticks and small angled brushes but if you don’t want the hassle of that we advise removing the radiator from the wall. Whilst removing the radiator Rotarad can be installed to provide effortless cleaning and future decorating, allowing you to remove your radiator in less than a minute. Being able to remove the radiator easily allows for...

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Many people don’t clean behind their radiators, it’s an area that’s easily forgotten as you can’t really access behind it. What’s bad about this is that there could be years’ worth of dirt and dust lurking behind it that you and your family are then breathing in. This is worsened by the heat emitted from the radiator itself. The heat then pushes the dirt and dust into the air, worsening the air quality in your home. People now spend 90% of their time indoors, so indoor air quality is actually more damaging to our health than outdoor air quality. A...

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Spring is in the air! - so it’s time to think about spring cleaning to have your home feeling fresh, clean and hygienic after a long stuffy winter. We often open our windows to create fresh air as it becomes warmer out, especially when cleaning. It’s become a tradition in line with the seasons to have a big deep clean in spring. Normally cleaning things more thoroughly than we normally do or the things we’ve been avoiding such as carpets, furniture and curtains.   The Most Overlooked Area Of Your House One area that people forget to clean not just...

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