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Phil Spencer urges the nation to become 'Karcher Clean'!

PUBLISHED: 11:06 11 April 2011 | UPDATED: 22:01 21 February 2013

Kärcher has joined forces with property expert, Phil Spencer, to launch 'Kärcher CleanBritain' – a campaign to encourage us to clean up our streets and meeting places for what's set to be an exciting time for the nation...

Krcher has joined forces with property expert, Phil Spencer, to launch Krcher Cleans Britain a campaign to encourage us to clean up our streets and meeting places for whats set to be an exciting time for the nation. With the eyes of the world fixed upon us for the Royal Wedding, the Queens Diamond Jubilee and the forthcoming Olympics, Krcher and Phil want to help us get our local communities shipshape.

Phil Spencer will be supporting the campaign by putting together a How To Guide on the best ways to clean the outdoor of your home and local community. So if you ever wondered what is the best way to clean your garden, patio or car, help is at hand!

Phil and Krcher are asking people across the UK to support the campaign and nominate their local area thats in need of a good scrub be it your street, village green, hall or local playground! If you think your area deserves to be cleaned by the Krcher Squad all you need to do is send us a written entry, pictures or even a video and tell us why your area deserves to be Krcher cleaned. Details can be made via the official Krcher Cleans Britain facebook page.

The Krcher Squad is part of a network of highly skilled cleaning professionals who have been involved in cleaning projects all over the world, from the Statue of Christ in Rio De Janeiro, Mount Rushmore in South Dakota to the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and now they could be coming to a town near you! Krcher, the worlds number one pressure washer manufacturer, is committed to encouraging people to clean up their streets and meeting places in time for the Street Party of the decade and keep them clean into 2012 and beyond.

Please visit our Facebook page on www.facebook.com/karchercleansbritain.

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