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just trying to be helpful

Jan 2018 12 12:07

Post by wolffman » Fri, 12th Jan 2018, 12:07pm

Post by wolffman by wolffman Jan 2018 12 12:07

Sometimes a staff can't even be helpful without breaking something
pops in some fairy liquid
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Re: just trying to be helpful

Jan 2018 12 12:35

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Post by btrousers by btrousers Jan 2018 12 12:35

did they clean it all up??

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Jan 2018 12 13:35

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Post by wolffman by wolffman Jan 2018 12 13:35

I cleaned it up because it was still spewing out and they had walked off

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Jan 2018 12 13:48

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Post by Keyolder by Keyolder Jan 2018 12 13:48

I've had that with our staffroom dishwasher, note left in my tray "dishwashers broken..."
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Jan 2018 12 14:07

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Post by JohnE875 by JohnE875 Jan 2018 12 14:07

You are a better man than me as I would have left it with a note telling whoever made the mess come and see me I will give them what is required to clean up.
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Jan 2018 12 16:00

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Post by UnderPaid by UnderPaid Jan 2018 12 16:00

LOL my son did this at his grandma's after seeing it on a prank video on youtube, he didn't think it was so funny when he had to clean it all up though. [Wink.png]
I'm not saying let's go kill all the stupid people.... I'm just saying let's remove all the warning labels and let the problem sort it self out.

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Jan 2018 12 16:12

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Post by mh720c by mh720c Jan 2018 12 16:12

As you can see from the photo I walked into the staffroom to lockup and seen that this was the state that the microwave had been left in. I sent a email out asking for the culprit to come forward and admit what they had done. I cleaned the microwave and during this time a member of staff came to me and said " I did leave the door open so you would see that it needs cleaning ! " I did try and explain that it is not my job and did they have magic fairies in theit house that does all the work and they just said well i had a lesson to go to and did not have time. ( which of course I have loads of ) [Angry.png]


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I thought it was another false alarm !

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Jan 2018 12 16:54

Post by discsaw » Fri, 12th Jan 2018, 4:54pm

Post by discsaw by discsaw Jan 2018 12 16:54

I absolutely refuse to touch the two microwaves or the staff fridge and will not let the cleaners either. I don`t use them and the cleaners don`t use them so the CO`s can sort it out themselves. I tell our cleaners they are employed as professional cleaners not as skivvies.

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Jan 2018 12 17:10

Post by Joff » Fri, 12th Jan 2018, 5:10pm

Post by Joff by Joff Jan 2018 12 17:10

My son done that once at home. He mistook the washing-up liquid for dishwasher liquid because the bottle said 'Dishwashing Liquid'. In his defence, it did indeed say that. Easy remedy though; pop in a bar of soap and run a cycle :)

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Jan 2018 12 17:35

Post by Keyolder » Fri, 12th Jan 2018, 5:35pm

Post by Keyolder by Keyolder Jan 2018 12 17:35

Joff wrote:
Fri, 12th Jan 2018, 5:10pm
Easy remedy though; pop in a bar of soap and run a cycle :)
Fabric conditioner gets rid of the suds, I didn't know a bar of soap did the same thimg [Like.png]
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