With increasing environmental concerns comes an urgency to reduce waste in our everyday lives. Sustainable cleaning has become a hot topic recently, with many homeowners looking for more eco-friendly practices.
Discover our top tips for sustainable cleaning below, to help you and your family reduce waste at home:
Assuming that you use your oven on a regular basis, you’ll know just how quickly it gets dirty. Grease and burnt food particles accumulate reasonably quickly and can result in unpleasant odours over time. As a result, it makes sense that from time to time your oven needs to be cleaned, but just how often?
Cleaning your windows yourself is quite a hassle, especially if you live in a home with more than one storey. Not only does using a ladder for upstairs windows make the job a risky one, but exterior window cleaning is also a time-consuming job. Despite the time it takes us to clean our own windows, in most cases, the finished results are less than satisfactory without the skill of a professional window cleaner.
When you’re preparing to move out of your rental property, it is time for professional end of tenancy cleaning. In many cases, your landlords expectations during a move will be detailed in your rental agreement. However, if you don’t have the time, our team of specially trained cleaning operatives are here to help.
The Easter holidays present a great opportunity to undertake the traditional Spring clean, with a wide range of housekeeping tasks to be tackled.
But for those who have to work during the school break, are taking a well-earned holiday or have childcare and family priorities to consider, finding time can be really difficult.