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We always need volunteers to assist in our Op Shops (we have 9 over the Wellington Area: Newtown, Miramar, Island Bay, Karori, Aro Valley, Khandallah and Johnsonville, Kilbirnie, Kelburn). So please call us, or drop by an op shop closest to you and start volunteering today. We also need volunteers for our food bank, donations sorting room and van driver assistants.
Want to be a part of a great team making a real difference in your community? Phone (04) 389-7111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Before re-hanging your clean curtains, we recommend you thoroughly wash the inside of your windows and frames with warm soapy water with a small amount of bleach in to get rid of any mould spores that are present, taking care not to splash on your carpet or other soft furnishings.
Mould grows as a result of sun, moisture and dust or dirt so any attempts to minimize these environmental conditions will help.
- Removing the moisture from your windows each morning.
- Curtains can be vacuumed using the round brush attachment to remove dust
- Ensuites can be a major source of moisture in a bedroom, ensure these are well ventilated
- Avoid drying washing inside
- Opening windows for a small amount of time each day to let the moisture out of your home
- Curtains can be spot cleaned using a solution of washing powder and warm water – this will often leave a watermark so spots should be patted dry with a towel, then dried with a hair dryer.
- Please note: “Exit-Mould” & citrus cleaners will most often strip the colour out of your curtain and leave chemicals in the fabric that will cause it to rot
Call us today on 0800 579 0501 to book in for a clean!
Our June SuperSeniors Newsletter is out now, and it's filled with lots of useful and interesting information.
The Newsletter outlines things to keep in mind around COVID-19 and a few key points from the 2020 'Rebuilding Together' Budget that will benefit seniors.
15 June marks World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. It is an opportunity to shine the light on the role we can all play in reducing elder abuse and neglect.
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