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Summer cleaning – tips and tricks

As the weather heats up and the school year draws to a close, in the summer season, home maintenance is the last thing you want to worry about. To prevent heat, humidity, dust, grime, and pests from taking a toll on your home, employ these summer cleaning tips for both...

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What to look for in a Professional House Cleaning Service

In today’s world, many people have fast-paced lifestyles trying to pursue a career, have a family, social life, travel, and all that combined with maintaining a nice, clean home. According to a survey around 2 to 4 hours are spent by an individual to clean their houses each week. Furthermore,...

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How to Prepare for Your First Professional House Cleaning Experience

Тrying to balance the responsibilities of managing a career and taking care of kids along with household chores can be rather stressful and overwhelming. So, establishing the fact that you need a professional cleaning service is the first step towards solving the problem of having the spick and span home...

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Why does my carpet smell after cleaning?

How exceedingly pleasant it is to have a  freshly cleaned carpet in your home, to sense all the aromas spreading through the room, feel the clean texture underneath your feet and get that feeling like it’s spring once again? What a joy! But wait!!! Something doesn’t smell right! Sniff***, sniff**...

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What is included in a standard house cleaning?

What is included in a standard house cleaning, when you contract regular cleaning, and what actually happens after you call in a cleaner often varies enormously, depending on the quality and integrity of the cleaner. However, there are some basics that should always be observed in standard cleaning procedures, and...

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Cleaning Up After The Holidays

Your guests are heading home, but you’re already at home. Now that you have to clean up after everyone, even the Christmas trimmings are strangely making you feel worse. Time to smash out a deep clean and enter the new year with a positive attitude, wouldn’t you say so? After...

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Steam Professional Carpet Cleaning vs DIY

Carpets are all about creating a warmer, fuzzier feeling. That’s why people use them pretty much anywhere, from residential to office buildings. And it’s also the reason why carpet cleaning is a topic of interest to many homeowners and even office administrators. Unfortunately, the warm fuzzy feelings last as long...

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Upright vs. Cylinder Vacuum Cleaners

Sometimes our clients contact us for an advice on what vacuum cleaner to choose for their homes- upright or cylinder, in terms of their design as well as their brand. In order to answer these questions, we decided to take a quick survey among our professional cleaners as their practical...

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Q&A – End of tenancy cleaning

End of Tenancy Cleaning: The Price Q: When it comes to book a professional end of tenancy cleaning the main question is about the price. How much the cleaning will cost? A: The price for an end of tenancy cleaning mainly depends on the size of the property (a standard...

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How to get blood out of carpet

It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt and if you are having children in the house, you probably experience this yourself every day. It’s not too rare to have the youngsters play around the house and suddenly one of them comes to you crying with a bleeding nose....

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How to get wax out of carpet?

Candles can play a huge role in building up the perfect atmosphere for a romantic dinner or a holiday celebration with the family, but while we all enjoy the warmth of their burning flame, no one wants to clean the mess that wax drips can leave on the carpet. Seeing...

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End of tenancy or one-off cleaning

End of tenancy or one-off cleaning? Which one to book?

We often get asked the same question – What is the difference between end of tenancy cleaning and one-off cleaning? Although to many these two may sound the same, they are actually two different cleaning services that have their specifics. The end of tenancy cleaning or check out/moving out cleaning...

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Our top 5 picks for a best vacuum cleaner for 2017

Here are our top 5 pics for an efficient and comfortable to work with vacuum cleaner for 2017: 1. Miele Complete C3 Cat&Dog 2. Miele Complete C3 Comfort Boost EcoLine 3. Henry Hoover – HVR 200 4. Philips PowerPro Ultimate FC9920-69 5. Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal diverticulitis-diet anti-obesity-medication keto-fast...

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Essential Cleaning Products

Q: What are the essential cleaning products that are good to have at home? A: There is a wide range of cleaning products on the market to meet every requirement of the customers but we found a few of them very efficient and at an acceptable price. We recommend the...

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Mould removing

One of the most common problems in the bathrooms and washing/utility rooms is mould growing on the walls, ceilings, tile grouts and silicone sealants. Mould damages and discolours surfaces permanently and often starts growing again after the cleaning. We found in our practice that the best household product for removing...

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“My carpet is so dirty!”

We had a chat with Jessica after providing a carpet cleaning service to her. She shared with us the reason why she approached our company. This is what she said   “I cannot believe how filthy my carpet was… We moved the bed and we saw its real colour, I almost...

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How to remove limescale

Calcium carbonate – that’s limescale to you and me – is easily dissolved in a range of mild acids The less fastidious will not be familiar with limescale. But those who like to admire their reflection in a gleaming chrome appliance will hate the milky white deposit. It is possible...

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Carpet Cleaning Tips: Treating Specific Carpet Stains

Alcoholic beverages: Quickly dilute the spot with cold water. Absorb the excess liquid. Then mix 1 teaspoon mild detergent, 1 teaspoon white vinegar, and 1 quart warm water. Apply the solution to the spot, and let the carpet dry. Vacuum gently. Blood: Absorb as much of the blood as you...

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Regular Cleaning and Ironing

You can use distilled water from the dryer to fill the iron. This will protect the iron from lime scale builds-up. For better results in ironing always add softener when washing the shirts and leave them to dry on hangers. You can use baking soda to remove grime from cookers...

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