A cleaner, housekeeper, someone to do all your ironing and so on has always sounded like such a luxury to me. Having ‘staff’ to do things like this for you is not something I have every considered. I do know plenty of people who do this though – the theory being that is frees them up to do other things.
Are you a soon to be parent or new parent, in a panic about how to get your house clean to a standard that will be safe for your baby? You might find this interesting.
I can’t believe I’m actually going to say this but, after President Trump decided to hypothesise about drinking bleach, and it’s potential ability to perform some sort of inner cleansing, I must say – PLEASE DO NOT DRINK BLEACH!!!
Mrs Hinch, the cleaning sensation advocates cleaning as a form of therapy and I can totally see where she is coming from. If you want to get in on the action, this giveaway might be of interest. Read on to see how you could be ‘hinching’ your home with the help of some super handy products.
As satisfying as it is to get something really clean, I still don’t want to waste unnecessary time on this. How about you? I’m all for cleaning hacks, time-saving techniques and tools to get the job done faster.
Do you simply find that you don’t have the time to keep your home to the standards that YOU demand? Or maybe you’re sick of spending so much of your day cleaning when you would much rather be doing something else? Well, not to fret, because here we’re going to take a closer look at some house cleaning tricks that will shave hours off of your weekly cleaning routines.
If it’s the floor, perhaps you hoover or sweep and then mop or polish. If it’s a work top, perhaps you use a spray disinfectant. If it’s a table maybe you wipe it over and follow up with some sort of polish. Do you have a consistent approach that you use?
Valentine’s day is not just for lovers. It is for all of those who share warmth, comfort and sometimes, it can be with those precious things we value in this world, such as our home sweet home.