Decent Cleaning

Decent Cleaning

Decent Cleaning - Sparkling Power

Many people don’t likes cleaning the house, but we can make the chore take a lot less time. We extracted some of our favourite cleaning tips from our regular cleaning tasks, then worked with our experience cleaners to come up with the best cleaning products to keep your house sparkling and save you several hours of cleaning per week. You won’t have to spend a lot of money either as some of these products that help you work smarter cost less than £5.00!

Saturday, 09 November 2019 00:57

Daily Cleaning Tips

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Kitchen

Wash dishes Clear and wipe table Wipe worktops and cooker Wipe the sink Sweep Wipe up spots on the floor Take out trash

Bathroom

Spray shower with shower mist Clean mirror Wipe the sink and counter Clean the toilet bowl Wipe toilet seat and rim

Bedrooms

Make bed Straighten nightstand Put clothes away

Living/Family Rooms

Clean up the clutter Straighten pillows/cushions Straighten coffee/end tables Wipe spots off tables

Home Office

Clean up the clutter Sort mail

Laundry / Utility Room

Laundry - clothes Sweep

Entryway / Porch

Pick up clutter

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 23:08

Window Cleaning

Clean Windows

Clean windows on a cloudy, but not rainy day. Working in direct sunlight causes streaks because the cleaning chemicals dries before you can wipe it off. This is the best time to clean the frames and windows sills. Cool, clear water is the choice of most professional window cleaners. If windows are very dirty you can use Method Glass Cleaner Spray 828ml UK, or you can find other good windows /glass cleaning solution on market.

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This one cost around £6.50. It is among of the good glass cleaner solution which removes streaks and smudges on glass and it has a fresh mint scent, also it is non-toxic window cleaner. Remember to use horizontal strokes on the inside and vertical on the outside so you know which side the streaks are on. For drying windows, a wad of crumpled newspaper works just as well as expensive paper towels. Wear rubber gloves to keep your hands free of ink. If you need more help ask Decent Cleaning.

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