Keeping Your Home Super Clean

  • Does Your Office Compost Food Waste? A Guide to Getting Started

    6 November 2018

    Most workplaces already make a point of minimising the environmental impact of their daily operations. This idea can take many guises, from ensuring the separation of recyclable waste to abstaining from printing documents unless absolutely necessary and choosing energy-efficient office equipment. But what about food waste generated by your office? Is it simply lumped in with the rest of your rubbish and sent to a landfill? If your office doesn't already compost its food waste, now is the time to get started.

  • Why You Should Always Leave Upholstery and Carpet Cleaning to a Professional

    27 July 2018

    Homeowners today can easily rent carpet cleaning machines from a hardware or home improvement store and use those machines to shampoo their home's carpets and furniture upholstery. This can be cheaper than hiring a professional to clean your home's rugs and couches, but there are many good reasons why you want to leave this work to a professional! Note a few of those reasons here, so you know your home's flooring and furniture always look their best and are as clean as possible.

  • 3 Maintenance Tips for Protecting Your Shag Carpet

    24 April 2018

    Shag carpets or rugs are cozy and classy. The long deep pile makes the rug feel soft and comfortable to step on, and it adds warmth to a room. If you don't have an item of d├ęcor that makes a statement in your living room, a shag carpet can be used as a focal point that draws attention and gives the room an elegant look and feel. If you have one of these carpets in your home, it is essential to maintain them so that you can enjoy the comfort, warmth and visual appeal that they add to your home.

  • Bathroom Cleaning Tips Everyone Can Use

    26 September 2017

    When it comes to bathroom cleaning, you want to ensure the surfaces don't just look clean but are also hygienic and safe for your family to use. This will mean doing more than just wiping down surfaces with a wet rag and polishing those surfaces until they shine; you need to ensure you're getting a deep clean every time you tackle the bathroom. To ensure that this space in your home is clean and always looking its best, note a few bathroom cleaning tips you'll want to consider.

  • Handy Tips for Getting Your Clothes Clean and Looking Their Best

    26 September 2017

    The way you launder your clothes will greatly affect how they look, and how long they last before they need mending or outright replacement. Just tossing all your clothes into the washing machine without worrying about the right way to care for certain materials and garments and without worrying about detergent, water temperature and other such details is a good way to actually ruin your entire wardrobe! Note a few handy tips for getting your clothes clean and for making them look their best, while also protecting them from damage.

  • Things to Consider Before You Choose a Window Cleaner

    26 September 2017

    If it's been some time since your windows were thoroughly cleaned, it's the sort of task that you might want to farm out to a professional. Hiring a window cleaning company is the easiest solution for gleaming, streak-free windows, and yet it's not always a case of simply hiring the first company that pops up in a Google search. Window cleaning can be a specialised task depending on the specifics of the job, and so there are a few things you need to ascertain first.

  • 4 Living Habits That Will Make Bond Cleaning Easier

    22 August 2017

    Bond cleaning is carried out when your lease is up and you want to move from your rental property. It is your responsibility to ensure that the house is in as-good or better condition than you found it when you moved in. Any damage or failure to clean can make the property manager/landlord choose to retain all or part of your bond money. Apart from cleaning the house just before leaving, here are a few practices that can help you maintain the property in top-notch condition to reduce the amount of work that needs to be done upon exit.