Morclean in a week - and what a week it was!

I think anyone who lives North of Nottingham will understand just how hectic last week was weather wise. But Morclean had more than just the weather to contend with. 

It was a busy week all round with new deliveries, new products and worldwide exports. Here's a little breakdown of what we got up to last week...


On Tuesday we took delivery of our brand new permanent wash pad, now available from Morclean. The washpads are perfect for when a full washbay installation is not necessary, as you can clean your vehicle, catch the water, and drain it away legally. The pads come in a couple of different sizes to suit your cleaning needs. Suitable for small-medium vans and cars.

For further information on the new washpads, just give us a call on 0800 1300 402 or email us on


We've started advertising heavy and hard now on the run up to The Cleaning Show in March. The show is held at the Excel, London this year and we're really looking forward to it after a successful couple of years with the Binwash machine. 

The first lot of advertising went live in this month's copy of Cleaning Matters - what do you think!?

You'll see us around more often on the runup to the show as we also have adverts going in Tomorrows Cleaning and Cleaning and Maintenance. 

Cleaning Matters were also kind enough to feature the Green Apple Award that Morclean recently collected at the Houses of Parliament for their battery operated binwash city. Thanks Cleaning Matters!


Thursday - what a day. Half the staff had to leave early, the other half attempted to leave early and ended up getting stranded and walking back to work - bit of an epic fail (myself included!)

What started off as a picturesque looking yard (as above) turned into an angry looking scene, with cars and lorries struggling to get off the estate (below). Luckily most of it disappeared on the same day but it still made the day that bit more difficult than it should have been!

I hope you enjoyed our 'last week in pictures...' Stay tuned for more updates soon (weather permitting!)