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Opticians cleaning services are one sector where you need to consider carefully when selecting the commercial cleaning company you will put your trust in.
Mirrors everywhere, glass display cabinets and hard floors look great when clean, but when dusty or smeary will look awful, resulting in a negative experience for your customers when visiting your premises.
With various opticians including national giant Boots opticians putting their trust in us, read more in this article about why Green Fox Cleaning are the right choice in this sector.
A good commercial cleaning company will know the best cleaning equipment when providing opticians cleaning services. The correct chemicals will ensure all shiny surfaces are left smear free, and giving the wow factor to your customers. A company without this knowledge could use products that will leave your surfaces smeary, sticky and not portraying the professional image required in this highly competitive sector.
Using too much floor cleaning product could leave your first sticky, and result in dirt and dust sticking to them.
At Green Fox Cleaning, our staff are trained to a nationally recognised standard by our British Institute of Cleaning Science in-house trainers - right from how to correctly fold a cloth to clean efficiently, through to the more technical aspects of cleaning.
There are few worse scenarios than coming in to work, only to find your cleaning company haven't turned up, and you have a dirty premises due to open to the public shortly. With Green Fox Cleaning, we operate a live GPS system that is is monitored 24/7 by an on-call manager.
In the event of a cleaner failing to clock in as expected, the manager will immediately investigate. In the event the cleaner has failed to attend for any unexpected reason, the manager will deploy one of our mobile support team, so we can guarantee you will never miss a clean with us!
Such is our reputation in the opticians cleaning sector, we are trusted by both independent opticians, and also provide regular cleaning services at branches of national giant Boots opticians.
To find out more about how Green Fox Cleaning can assist with our opticians cleaning services, click here to learn more.
Do you struggle to clean your glasses on occasions? Click here to learn more about how to clean your own glasses as advised by Wiki.
Nicholas of Cusa is credited with discovering how to correct nearsightedness with concave lenses. This meant that by the 1400’,s Italy was making lenses in different strengths. By the 15th century there were peddlers selling eyeglasses through out Europe and had became a sign of wealth and intelligence. By the 1600’s glasses were being made with ribbons attached or strings so they could go over the ears and remain secure.
The notion of wearing glasses for extended periods led the to the invention of weights being added to them by the Chinese, instead of a loop being used. Which then led to an optician in London named Edward Scarlett to make rigid temples to go over the ears in 1730. Finally, by 1752 James Ayscough created a doubled hinged ear piece and added green and blue tint to the lenses to reduce glare, and the glasses as we known were created.
Glasses (or spectacles if you prefer) are made in thousands upon thousands of styles and designs, in all the colours you can imagine. From the trendy or sophisticated look to the more sporty or casual style. Frames are available in a variety of patterns, colours, thicknesses and sizes, all depending on preferences of the wearer. Although, surgery and contact lenses are available, glasses still remain one of the most popular forms of vision correction, because they are not just for function, but can accessorise your personality.
So there you have it - you hopefully know more about opticians cleaning services, as well asa little about the history of glasses.