Other Tips

Over our many years of cleaning experience, we have built up a considerable portfolio of tips and tricks to make your home sparkling clean. Take a look below for our cleaning, housekeeping, and maintenance tips.

Remove stickers from walls and windows

 

Walls: Remove as much of the paper part of the sticker as you can manually, then using an eraser rub away the excess residue a rubber is soft and therefore wont damage the wall unlike a sharp or firmer object. Finally make a solution of hot soapy water and wash the wall clean!

Windows: Do not use anything sharp as this will scratch the glass which is totally un redo-able! Moisten the paper residue by using a warm damp cloth. Then using an acetone based nail varnish remover rub or roll the excess away from the glass. Finally use a solution hot soapy water to wash away the remaining glue and clean the marked area.

Wet Dog

To get rid of the wet dog pet door, we would like to recommend a homemade spray to deodorise your furniture:

 

In a spray bottle combine the following:

1/2 cup of water

1/4 cup rubbing alcohol

5 drops lavender essential oil

 

Shake and combine the liquid and spray onto your upholstery, curtains and bedding for an odour free, fresh smelling home.

Easy Air Freshener

Try this simple and environmentally-friendly solution to keeping your bathroom smelling great, every time!

Add a few drops of essential oil to the cardboard tube of a toilet roll to make your bathroom smell lovely and fresh! A great alternative to buying bathroom air fresheners or burning candles.

Pet Fur

 

If you have a dog/cat that malts and your forever vacuuming your carpets and upholstery furniture, why not try our quick and easy tip! Using a window cleaning squidgy, drag across the carpets and collect the balls of fur!

This a quick and easy replacement of having to take the vacuum out, plug it in and vacuum up hair! So next time you have guests and don’t want to leave their clothes covered in hair after having a cup of tea on your sofa, try out this quick and easy trick!

Simple DIY Car De-Icer

 

You will only need two ingredients: Water (best to use filtered or spring) and some Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol.  Get a spray bottle as well to easier use.

Fill your spray bottle 1/3 of the way with water. Fill the rest with the alcohol, shake it up, and you’re ready to go!

Head over to your frosty car, spray liberally, and watch as the ice starts to melt almost instantly. Turn on your windshield wipers on so they cycle back and forth a few times to clear out the rest of the melted ice.