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Congratulations Nadal and Williams; what Happens at Wimbledon after the Dust has settled?


Congratulations to Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams on their respective Wimbledon victories. It’s been a fantastic and unusually dry tournament this year - we’ve had the longest match in history, a shock exit for Federer and of course, the obligatory strawberries, cream and jugs of Pimms.

But what happens at Wimbledon after the dust has settled? Well, the courts are all well-used, there are juice spills, strawberry stains and all sorts of other rubbish left lying in the once pristine stands.

In the weeks after Wimbledon, the clean up operation begins. Whilst it’s important to have the right people conducting the clean up, they are only as good as the products and machines they use.

That’s where companies like hire company Clean Sweep UK come in; company MD Steve Dennis explains, “Wimbledon is always a great tournament, but like all other big events it leaves an awful lot of muck in its wake.”

“This year, Clean Sweep UK’s Nilfisk CA410 scrubber dryer is aiding the clean up, a compact but powerful cleaning tool with all the features you would normally associate with some of the larger machines.”

“We expect the Nilfisk CA410 scrubber dryer to be over at Wimbledon for the next one to two weeks, after which time Wimbledon should be back looking its immaculate best.”

Clean Sweep UK is a cleaning equipment hire company, providing industrial cleaning machines for rent throughout the UK. As a family-run business, Clean Sweep UK believes in establishing long term relationships with its clients and staff. For more information about the Nilfisk CA410 or any other industrial cleaning machines visit


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