Tidying up probably sits low down on the ‘tasks I’d love to do’ list, but it’s a necessary evil if we want to live in a clean and clutter free environment. While we may not always have the time to have a four hour cleanathon, we’d like to share ten top tips to save you time and help keep your home looking spotless.
When you are busy running a household, on top of everything else in life, you will probably take any hacks you can get to save time and effort but still end up with the desired results – a beautifully clean and tidy home. In fact, you might think that with the kids tearing round at 100mph and the pets walking mud in, that there is no such thing as a clean and tidy home, no matter what advice you follow. Well, we are here to prove you wrong.
A domestic cleaning service is a cost-effective and convenient way to freshen up your home and keep it exceptionally clean. However, have you ever thought about your windows? Exposure to the outside combined with dirt and dust built up from inside your home, can leave your windows dull and unpleasant to look through.
Spring cleans are the perfect excuse to sort through your belongings, declutter and give your home a deep clean in time for summer.
However organising your household and getting rid of all the dust and dirt built up over the winter months can take several hours or even days, which leaves you with little free time to spend on what you enjoy. Our professional Domestique cleaners can take the cleaning duties off your hands with a thorough one-off spring clean service. We’ll tackle the accumulated dust and grime and ensure that your home looks and feels sparklingly fresh this spring.
If you haven’t already been converted to the merits of hiring a cleaner, then this article is for you. Recent statistics indicate that more households than ever before now employ someone to help out with household chores such as cleaning, washing and ironing, on a regular basis. There is good reason why.
We live in a 24/7 world where we work longer and longer hours and where nothing ever switches off. Although we are a little richer, we are time poor compared to our ancestors and one of the most sensible ways of making up for this is to cut out some of our daily tasks, especially if we don’t enjoy them. This helps us to create some more space and energy for our friends, family or hobbies.