Traducción de cleaner en Español:

cleaner

limpiador, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkliːnə//ˈklinər/

nombre

  • 1

    (person)
    limpiador masculino
    limpiadora femenino
    a firm of office cleaners una empresa de servicios de limpieza para oficinas
    • I should never have listened to you about hiring a house cleaner.
    • He said they employed three part-time cleaners and the visitors also spent money in the local economy.
    • You said hiring a house cleaner would solve our cleaning problems because we both have full-time jobs.
    • I was pointed up to the first floor of the building where some cleaners were mopping up.
    • Yet they pay their cleaners just £5.25 an hour with no sick pay or pension.
    • The hospitals were said to be notably clean and had a high standard of decor with cleaners employed directly by the trust, which treated them as valuable members of staff.
    • Hospitals must employ enough cleaners and give them the right tools to do the job thoroughly.
    • To drain the water out, the residents employed cleaners on Sunday to remove garbage and wild growth from the canal, which have been deposited on the roadside.
    • Free public toilets lack the funds to employ a full-time cleaner and because they are free, they are busier.
    • It says cleaning standards have slipped in hospitals because of a major decline in the number of cleaners employed in the last eight years.
    • And meanwhile they're employing kitchen staff and cleaners from where?
    • He handled it really well for a man who doesn't have children, is not used to having to think about money and employs a cleaner.
    • In fact, one boy employed as an office cleaner did not even know how to open a door.
    • She has consistently criticised the health authority for using contract cleaning companies to clean the hospital rather than employing its own cleaners directly.
    • On top of that we saw cleaners employed by the hospital who each had a responsibility to maintain their own individual wards.
    • Companies use agencies to employ cleaners for their buildings.
    • Many years later we have just employed our latest cleaner.
    • Every morning in Times Square at around 11.30 am GMT, an incredibly bored looking cleaner sweeps the streets.
    • Directors of the company earn 50 times more than the cleaners who work for them.
    • The 150 cleaners, housekeepers, office and restaurant staff have been fighting for a better deal for weeks.
  • 2

    (substance)
    producto de limpieza masculino
    • Stronger cleaners such as oven or drain cleaners also contain corrosive substances, which will kill and remove tissue cells.
    • Many stove or oven cleaners produce less toxic fumes than earlier versions.
    • Install child safety locks on cabinets to safely store chemicals, cleaners, medicines, cosmetics and other toxic and/or caustic products.
    • Supermarket shelves are filled with household cleaners containing strong chemicals which can pollute the environment and pose health hazards.
    • Chemical drain cleaners will only free up one small section of the drainage system temporarily.
    • What goes down the drain at home winds up in the sea - phosphate detergents, household solvents, chemical cleaners and human sewage.
    • Benzene, a chemical in detergents and oven cleaners, is also known to be a carcinogen.
    • In oven cleaners, lye and sodium hydroxide can burn skin, eyes, and the respiratory tract.
    • Disinfectants, deodorant soaps, toilet bowl cleaners and even mouthwash kill the beneficial bacteria.
    • Vinyl cleaners sold in furniture stores or auto stores help clean stubborn soil on vinyl upholstery.
    • That was just about bearable, but then they started spraying the table-tops with chemical cleaners, the thin mist wafting over onto our plates and up our noses.
    • Try, whenever possible, to avoid the use of aerosol products like air fresheners, oven cleaners and hairspray that vaporise chemicals into the air, your lungs and onto your skin.
    • It's important to avoid conventional oven cleaners; they contain lye and ammonia, which can damage your respiratory tract if inhaled.
    • Spray the rim, toilet seat, counter top and sink with your all-purpose cleaner.
    • There are many commercial bathroom scum cleaners available.
    • Do not use abrasive household cleaners on these surfaces because they may scratch.
    • Caution: Do not mix bleach and ammonia (or mix any cleaners that contain these chemicals).
    • Many soaps and other sudsy cleaners like dishwashing liquid and shampoo are detergents.
    • Remove marks with a plastic scouring pad and a mildly abrasive cleaner.
    • Recently, several molecular studies showed that fumes from household cleaners and industrial chemical waste are also asthma triggers.
  • 3dry cleaner

    tintorero masculino
    tintorera femenino
    take it to the cleaner's or cleaners llévalo al tinte España