Blog Posts Tagged: TV

Blog Posts Tagged: TV


Posted on 01 June 2016 by the AF Team
Category: Education, FunTags: how to guide, Smartphone, LCD, TFT, Tablet, TV, Smart/LED TV, Workplace, Office Cleaning

Ok, so you have a dirty Smartphone screen – do you spray a cleaner directly onto it or use a wet and dry wipe combination? Perhaps your LED TV screen is blighted by dust motes and you are desperate to clean it, but how to choose the best cleaner for the job? Do you often wonder how to navigate your way through the range of screen cleaners to choose the most effective one for the job in hand? To…

How to Keep Healthy During the Premier League (Part 1) - At Home

Posted on 20 July 2015 by the AF Team
Category: Fun, EducationTags: Cleaning, Gamers, Tips, Checklist, TV, Football, Isoclene, Hand Sanitiser, Staticlene, Multi Screen Clene

It's finally football season! Don't let the title put you off – we're not suggesting you start doing crunches during half time and swapping your pint of beer for a 'superfood' smoothie using ingredients you can't pronounce. That's just silly, unless you're the footballer getting paid to do it - or if you genuinely like the taste of pond water.

Our approach to healthcare at AF is a little different – we're fighting against colds, flus, and food poisoning; the really common stuff spread by germs that you can easily prevent. Nowadays, this is more important than ever; germs and dust are attracted to heat and electricity, and so the rise of technology means that there are more germ breeding grounds than ever. Think about it – we're carrying these germs around with us, too; we dig in and out of our pockets to check our phones after touching all sorts of questionable areas – and we don't even realise we're doing it.

Infestation in your office!

Posted on 11 May 2012 by the AF Team
Category: Education, FunTags: Workplace, TV

Did any of you watch the Food Inspectors series on the BBC recently? One of the episodes; Infestation, looked specifically about workplace hygiene.

People were so grossed out by what they saw; more than 200 of us felt the need to share something about it via Twitter.