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There’s no better feeling than knowing your home is clean and dirt free (we think so anyway.) But what if we told you there’s parts of your house you’ve almost certainly missed out and they are probably gathering the most dirt and dust?
There’s nothing better than a warm cup of coffee to get you ready for the day ahead. But how else can coffee save your day? We’ve found 10 genius ways that used coffee grounds can make those strenuous household chores a thing of the past.
The bleak winter nights are drawing to an end and in typical English style the April showers and lighter evenings are here. This can only mean one thing; spring is on its way. First thoughts? Is it too early to start drinking cocktails in the garden? Ok, second thought. When am I going to do the dreaded spring cleaning?
Friends describe you as more chill than clean. Scrubbing is right down at the bottom of your to-do list (just like your cleaning supplies are right down at the bottom of your cupboard). But despite all that you still prefer to have a neat abode.
Ever feel under pressure constantly battling the elements to keep your garden clean? Forget manual scrubbing, blast dirt, mud and mildew away easily with your pressure washer instead!
Just a heads up, we’re about to talk a lot about something that 6 out of 10 of you most likely dread: limescale. 60% of homes across the UK have hard water. We’re no strangers in this country to the hard, off white build up that plagues our appliances.
So you think you know how to use your steam cleaner? It’s pretty easy right? Just plug in, switch on, fill with water and get to cleaning. You don’t even need to do any scrubbing for sparkling clean results! But it may surprise you to learn that there are still quite a few mistakes people make when steam cleaning their homes.
If you love time saving gadgets or hate the arm aching polishing involved with getting streak free glass, a window vacuum is definitely up your street.
Greenfly all over your summer veggies or bluebottles flying round the BBQ are a real summer buzzkill. The abundance of food in our houses and gardens make them very attractive to summer pests like flies, ants and rodents, but there are steps you can take to minimise these unwanted visitors.