It’s certainly not nice to hear about the rising number of people affected by the coronavirus around the globe, however every negative event has its silver lining. I reckon that the whole coronavirus outbreak will benefit towards raising the hygiene standards across the average UK household. Hopefully these high standards will remain as high long after the coronavirus pandemic.
When your favourite item of furniture or expensive carpet suffers from a sudden spill that immediately produces a stain, your first reaction is often to attempt to remove the stain yourself. With supermarkets offering such a wide range of products with names that promise to banish all manner of stains, it’s no surprise that consumers reach for a bottle off the shelf. Many people don’t know, however, that according to a recent report, in 90% of cases in which a customer attempts to remove a stain themselves it ends in an insurance claim and a write-off. The truth is that stain removal is actually a matter of chemistry and, as a result, there is no single product that can tackle all stains on any carpet fibre!
Buying leather furniture is often about having a thing of beauty in your living room or workplace. Leather sofas are considered to be comfortable and hardwearing too.
There’s another big factor in the leather vs fabric debate. Recent research shows that 95% of people who buy leather furniture expect it to last longer than fabric. Also, the popular perception is that leather is easier to clean and maintain.
Carpets can make a home feel nice and cosy. Carpets not only feel nice under ones feet, they also act as a sound and thermal insulation. However, they also trap a lot of airborne dust that would otherwise cause allergies and affects those who suffer from asthma. As with everything we often use, they accumulate dust and grime and after few months start to look grubby.
Carpet cleaning is considered, by many, a magic service that can lift old stains which have been unsuccessfully attempted with various cleaning products, or remove imbedded pet hair from carpets that have not been vacuumed for prolonged periods of times, or eliminate furniture indentation marks from furniture that sat in situ for years.
It has been a crazy summer, the demand for end of tenancy cleaning services has been sky high. We have been getting up to 100 requests for end of tenancy cleaning quotes every day which has put us under immense pressure.
Throughout the summer several customers expressed their concerns about the price they paid after service was carried out. All concerns were of the same kind, but I will tell you about one of them.
In this blog I would like to discuss, from my experience from my position of a business owner and service provider, what customers consider a cheap end of tenancy cleaning and what is in reality a cheap end of tenancy cleaning.
The ultimate cleaning cheat sheet
Whether you’re a clean freak or a more relaxed homemaker, cleaning your home is something that is important to keep on top of. But have you ever wondered exactly how ofter you should be cleaning various things?
We’ve put together this infographic to act as the Ultimate Cleaning Cheat Sheet.
With spring just around the corner, it’s now the perfect time of year to tackle all of those cleaning jobs you’ve been putting off over the winter.
And, to make your life just that little bit easier, we’ve found 12 spring cleaning hacks to help you transform your home, from freshening your bedding to sanitising your microwave.
With Spring having now arrived; there’s never been a better time to get round to that whole-house clean you’ve been planning for months!
With that in mind, here’s our very own room-by-room spring cleaning checklists for you home: