Have you noticed your shopping bill is increasing due to the price of cleaning products? Cut down on the amount you’re spending by using everyday food items to clean your home. Not only does using food to clean work out cheaper, but it also reduces the number of chemicals being used in your home, helping to reduce allergies.
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There’s an old adage which suggests “tidy home, tidy mind” and there’s no time like the present! To give you a helping hand, we’ve compiled 7 tips which will help you clean your home in the easiest way possible.
Autumn traditionally sees the leaves turning golden and the wet weather returning with a vengeance. The autumnal weather also brings about its own cleaning challenges. To give you a helping hand at tackling such challenges, at eSpares we’ve compiled a brief guide on some of the cleaning essentials you’ll need.
As the old saying goes, there’s no use in crying over spilled milk. However, there does come a time when spilled milk (and other liquids), although they do not need tears, do need urgent attention because if they’re left they can cause stains.
Each stain possibility needs to be tackled with its own specialist stain remover and to help you find the best remover for your stains, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common stains which are likely to be found within your home.
American interior design, Mario Buatta once said that “dust is a protective coating for fine furniture”, and whilst this may be true, there’s only so much dust and dirt that can be taken within a home until someone cracks and brings out the cleaning products.
However, very few of us, if any of us actually enjoy running the vacuum and duster around the home, let alone providing a deep clean of the home, which can take hours to complete and still leave areas of your home looking as though they have been untouched.
It’s well known that grandparents bring a little more wisdom, warmth, happiness and love to every life they touch; and to celebrate grandparents on today (September 7th), National Grandparents Day, at eSpares we’ve decided to share some of the greatest cleaning tips our grandparents have passed onto us.
The tips shared below use the power of everyday household / kitchen products, which are typically used in cooking; and first up is the….
Suitcases packed, currency exchanged, tickets printed, passports checked (re-checked and checked again) – it can only mean one thing, its summer holiday time! But before you depart for the airport, why not ensure that your home is sparkling by giving it a deep clean, with the help of an arsenal of household cleaning products.Read more
A quick survey; how many times have you gone to your local supermarket with a list of cleaning products to purchase and then been left unsure which product is best for the job? Do you have a cupboard within your kitchen that is dedicated to just cleaning products and cloths, which although you own, do not know what they do?
A few simple and cost-effective cleaning tips that will no doubt come in handy ahead of the big bad Summer clean. All the following tips involve using items commonly found in and around the home.
We take pride in our homes and want to make them look their best. So, hop to it and learn some things you can do that will truly help make your home look that much nicer. As far as DIY skills go, so long as you have a pulse and a pair of hands you should be ok at completing most of these.