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Spring Cleaning – Living Room Checklist

April 28th, 2016

Spring cleaning the living room with checklist
Photo adapted from jinkazamah | CC 2.0
Spring cleaning of the living room is quite different from what we’ve covered previously. When it comes to living areas there’s no heavy scrubbing, grime, and stubborn limescale. There’s clutter. Messy homes are a huge problem for a lot of households in the UK. And most of the times storing stuff won’t cut it. A cleaning routine can help to a certain point. But if you are a busy person and want to refresh and free your home of clutter, you’ll need to clean it thoroughly this spring.
In the following article you’ll find:

  • The items needed for a spring cleaning
  • Printable living room cleaning checklist
  • Easy to follow spring cleaning tips for your living room
  • Professional tips on keeping your home clutter-free

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Spring Cleaning – Bathroom Cleaning Checklist

April 8th, 2016

Photo adapted from John & Jan Woodward | CC 2.0

Being the busy bees that we are, we often find ourselves clearing only bits and pieces of dirt and clutter during the week. We do the dishes after dinner, laundry time is twice a week, and if we’re lucky, we get to scrub the bathroom. Really, really quickly. And who could blame us for our sloppiness? Less cleaning means more time with families, chilling and relaxing, right?
But that doesn’t mean we have to live in a mess. It’s that time of the year again and spring cleaning is here to save the day.
Having your home cleaned A to Z in Spring gives you a fresh start. The house will be sorted and cleared out of everything you don’t need. You’ll get your rooms perfectly clean and in order again. And that’s not the end of it. Spring cleaning has even more benefits than you think. Did you know, for example, that spring cleaning inspires diet changes as well? A clean and decluttered home lowers the stress and boosts the mood. And… spring cleaning is really satisfying.

We started our series with a kitchen checklist for spring cleaning. And while you’re on fire, we suggest you to tackle the next hard task and clean the bathroom. After that, the rest of the house will seem like a child’s play. Cleaning the bathroom is a least favourite chore for many. It involves powerful detergents, lots of scrubbing and disinfecting. Think about the result, though — you will have a pristine clean bathroom to pamper yourself in. You can achieve that relaxing spa atmosphere seen on magazines. You can finally get all that stubborn limescale off of the tap.

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Spring Cleaning Tips – Kitchen Checklist

March 10th, 2016

Photo by Steve Larkin | CC 2.0

Spring cleaning is a heck of a big deal, won’t you say? With all the planning, organizing and decluttering you have to do it is easy to get scared. As professional cleaners, we know that what you need is a little guidance and some spring cleaning tips. Once you have it organized and figured out it gets quite easy and even fun.

There is a way to not get intimidated by the work before you. Divide and conquer, we say. Room by room, corner after corner, you can clear out the entire house.

Why not start by cleaning the kitchen? It is probably the place that gets the most stubborn grime and clutter. And once it gets cleaned it will be a real joy to cook in it and invite guests for dinner.

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Curious Father’s Day Facts

June 21st, 2015

This year we celebrate Father’s Day on the 21th of June. Here are a few facts to answer your questions and give you a better view at this occasion.

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Top 10 Most Expensive Cities to Rent a Room in Britain

May 13th, 2015
№ / City£  per Month
4.Reigate & Banstead548.40
5.Mole Valley541.90

As it turns out London isn’t the most expensive city to rent a room in Britain, as most people suggested.

A recent research conducted by EasyRoommates shows us the exact price numbers of the ten most expensive cities to rent a room in Britain.

In 2015 Guernsey takes the lead with £737, followed by London and Woking in 2nd and 3rd place, respectively £651 and £596.

The price per month for the remaining cities displayed here ranges from £500-550




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