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The Greasy Journal

This is our candid journal of the best, worst and indifferent in the world of duct cleaning. Follow our journey as we polish our way through miles of ducting, ridding it of grease dirt and debris, and get the insiders view of the top-notch team who make it all happen at Pro-Duct Clean.

Wham! Bam! Thank You Dan!

2022 is officially here and so too is the first operative of the month award. Among many things, this prestigious title is given to those with a great work ethic and a 'can do' attitude, someone who is dependable and honest. This month we're delighted to give this to...

Rob steals the limelight from his colleagues in May

Our rugby loving, pizza fan Rob is one of our longest serving team members at Pro-Duct Clean. His personal development in the team has come on leaps and bounds, and he has recently recognised that with extra effort he can reap the rewards of boosted motivation, extra...

The Major takes the crown

This month’s shout out is for Tim Scott, who impressed colleagues with his consistent effort and conscientious professionalism. Service with it a smile and making a name for himself with the toolbox talks. Steve Roger, Operations and Training Manager, Pro-Duct Clean...

Duct rat legend smashes world record

Pro-Duct Clean bust the world record for the longest single length of duct cleaned and polished in the fastest time. Back in the gloomy days of January, previous operative of the month winner Harry was selected to navigate the ducting at one of her majesty's...

5* Hotels to 5* Hospitals Fit for a Prince

5* hotels to 5* hospitals fit for a prince, this month we have been cleaned our way around some of London’s top establishments. As we move into spring and the exciting prospect of being released from lockdown, our country pubs and leisure sites have been busy...

Beach bar in the centre of London

On this rainy dismal day in the centre of London, we all dream of sand, sunshine and cocktails. I went to visit one of our customers, The Montague on the Gardens Hotel in Montague Street and who would know there is a beach bar in the middle of London? I am not telling...

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Quintessential  England

Quintessential  England

On of the pleasures of my job is that I get to visit some idyllic locations.  A good example is that I was fortunate enough to be at Pembroke College Cambridge on a glorious spring day   This is quintessential England if anything is.

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One of Life’s rare pleasures

One of Life’s rare pleasures

I find myself at 28-50 talking to Executive Chef Ben Miller about the effects of Josper ovens on the cleaning frequencies of the extract system. So far, so dull. (Essential, but not fascinating). Due to a cancelled appointment, I find myself asking Ben if I can get a...

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Pied a Terre does a pop up! Pied Nus

Pied a Terre does a pop up! Pied Nus

In ten years of working in PdC, today was the first time I have visited customers and had a glass of bubbly. David Moore, – with whom we have worked for many years – the man behind Pied a Terre and L'Autre Pied opened the Pied Nus pop-up restaurant  at 19 Blandford...

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A look inside the Royal Hospital School

A look inside the Royal Hospital School

Sometimes you just don't know what's on your own doorstep. We have been working with Ray and Royal Hospital School for many years now. Ray is retiring in three weeks and took the time to show me some of the site that he has maintained for 30 years now. What you see in...

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Why ductwork needs access panels.

Why ductwork needs access panels.

Sometimes people are reluctance to got to the expense (£40.00!!) of putting access panels into their system. Obviously it is part of the specification (TR/19) and obviously we need to get into the duct to clean it. What is less obvious is what is in a duct. See for...

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