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Mistakes to avoid when cleaning for the summer

Mistakes to avoid when cleaning for the summer

Mistakes to avoid when cleaning for the summer Everyone needs to clean out their house for the summer and there is no going around that. In general, efficient summer cleaning is fairly simple but there is always room to make costly mistakes. Luckily for you, I have compiled a shortlist of things to avoid doing when you are summer cleaning your home: 1- Starting from the bottom then going up If you are...

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Running an Eco-Friendly Cleaning Business-Some Tips to Help You Out

Running an Eco-Friendly Cleaning Business-Some Tips to Help You Out

Running an Eco-Friendly Cleaning Business-Some Tips to Help You Out The past few years have seen a global shift of focus on the growing problem of climate change. With the weather becoming more unforgiving and the environment showing signs of ongoing damage, various cleaning services, small and big, have taken it upon themselves to ensure that their businesses are as eco-friendly as possible. If you are thinking...

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Tips for cleaning with a disability

Tips for cleaning with a disability

Tips for cleaning with a disability Regular house cleaning can take a toll on your body, especially if you are not using electric tools to help you out. For people living with a disability, it can prove to be twice as hard. Fortunately, there are some solutions available to make the task more manageable: Invest in smaller cleaning tools Home cleaning tools like vacuum cleaners can be heavy and...

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Useful tips for post-renovation cleaning

Useful tips for post-renovation cleaning

Useful tips for post-renovation cleaning Renovation is a long and quite dirty process. When it’s all said and done, you are bound to be left with a lot of dust, clutter and dirt on almost every surface in your home. Post-renovation cleaning is important and depending on how big the renovation project is, it might require a lot of time, equipment and money to get the job done. Fortunately, I’ve...

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