Condensation is unpleasant and unwelcome wherever it rears its damp head. It looks bad, can ruin curtains or blinds, and can even lead to patches of damp and mould forming. No matter how often you wipe away the water it always gathers again as if to mock the futility of your actions, don’t lose hope. With this guide, we will show you how to stop condensation throughout your home, car, and garden shed.Read More
When it is time to do the housework, one of the most dreaded tasks is cleaning the oven. Usually, these appliances are covered in baked grease and food splatters that are so tough to remove you would think they have melded with the oven walls.
We understand how tedious and frustrating this process can be, so we have created an oven cleaning guide to make this horrible task easier. With these oven cleaning tips, you’ll be able to complete the job faster and spend less time covered in old oven grease.Read More
In the past, we have covered topics, such as deep cleaning your home and how to create a cleaning schedule. But there isn’t always a need to clean so thoroughly. This is why we are happy to bring you a guide on the most effective way to clean your house in 30 minutes or less.
While it is important to deep clean your home on a regular basis to maintain a healthy level of cleanliness, you don’t need to turn into a whirlwind of cleaning products every time you are expecting guests or when your home just needs a quick refresh. Just keep in mind that this type of fast, light cleaning is meant to supplement your regular housework schedule and not to completely replace it.Read More
Look, we apologise for the next sentence in advance… – But it depends. 🙂 A tenancy clean for—let’s say a two-bedroom London apartment—can range from £130 to £250. (see average prices per type of property below). This might seem costly at first but think twice if you have a hefty security deposit on the line. To put…Read More
Whenever you browse the laundry detergent aisle at the supermarket or see an advert on television, you are probably inundated by a choice of brands, as well as by a decision between biological or non-biological products.
Like so many people, for a long time, we paid no attention to the difference and opted to buy whichever detergent caught our attention the most or one that we were already familiar with. Recently, however, our curiosity got the better of us and so we asked “what is the difference between bio and non-bio detergent?”. The answer was deceptively simple – biological detergents contain naturally-occurring enzymes whereas the non-bio alternatives do not.Read More