New year, new look

> clean magazine launches new website

> User-friendly and tailored to your search history

> Exciting topics that add value

> What do you want to read in 2018?

You must have noticed: clean magazine has been polished up! We are kicking off the new year with a fresher, more modern look.

Change is important from time to time – it is the only way to better oneself and move forward. We at clean magazine also try to improve all the time. After all, your satisfaction is our top priority.
No sooner said than done! Our new clean magazine has now gone live and, as before, contains articles on the latest topics. And there is more: not only is the site now easier to use, but it is also better tailored to your search history and interests. To help you find your favourite topics quickly and effortlessly, clean magazine is now divided into the following sections:


What's new in the world of window and building cleaning? We provide you with current news from the industry, reports from trade fairs and events, and a look behind the scenes.

Products & know-how

How professionals clean: We introduce you to useful tools and applications for your daily work, explain important technologies for window and building cleaning, and regularly refresh your expert knowledge.

Tips & tricks

We show you the tricks of the pros, that make your everyday life easier and more efficient.

In action

This is where your very own personal stories will find a place!

Job & business

We provide valuable information for your profession and company that goes beyond cleaning products and equipment.

We need your support!

You are still a crucial part of clean magazine, so we want you to tell us:
Which topics interest you in 2018?
What do you want information on and which stories would you like to read?

We look forward to hearing your ideas.

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