Pretty much everyone wants to spend as little time cleaning their home, but be left with the best results possible.
When we clean offices and other commercial premises this is simply efficient use of time and skills. But sometimes in the home we stick with the traditional wisdom that's always been used.
With this in mind we've collated some of our favourite blogs to help get you inspired. Spend less time cleaning, get great results and have more time to put your feet up glass of wine in hand.
This is first because it focuses on organisation a lot of the time. Get organised first, clean second.
The way the article are written is witty too.
We love the Clean Mama blog. We've linked especially to the printable checklists. It's great having the internet at your fingertips, but what happens when you're meant to be cleaning, then every time you look at your checklist you get kidnapped by Facebook, Instagram or videos of cats. Check out everything on this site, you've struck GOLD.
This blog is great for this. That long week at work, when you get in and realise you've got friends visiting in T minus 12 hours.
We particularly liked the 7 Steps of cleaning the home. It tells you where to start and what to do. It's idiot proof, which is an absolute relief for me....
This blog looks great, and gives a ton of great advice. Jillee has a huge range of topics she covers, but we especially liked the cleaning blog posts on things like; Cleaning glass lamp fittings, 10 cleaning do not's and cleaners homemade vs. store bought.
These blogs are just a few of our highlights, but if you'd like any more to look at, just ask.
Just a short post today to show the results of some of our work.
We were asked to try and clean the window frames of this property to get them back to look good as new. Normally our window cleaning takes a matter of minutes, but after hours of different techniques, were proud of the results of our cleaning endeavours.
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Since the recession, the service industry has never been more crowded. But we're in a time where choosing a professional to provide a service at your home is more difficult than ever. Why? Not everyone takes business seriously.
It's the 21st century and let's face it, we want to know who is in or around our property and who we're handing our money over to.
Basically, by this point in human history, we should be trying to be good at what we do.
In this blog I just want to look at one detail of spotting a good professional.
Most shops you go into, most large organisations, pizza shops (and of course stag and hen do's) all have uniforms. So why don't all trades catch on.
I come across a lot of people that are great tradesman, and who are experts at what they do. But how will people know if they've got no idea what they do or why they are there? Should plumbers really be able to wear crocs? Should your gardener be allowed to wear cut off jeans? Should every day be dress down Friday?
From the start I instituted smart professional apparel with clear branding that makes each member of staff recognisable to our customers. I don't think this is any form of self-righteousness on my part, this is the norm. This should be standard shouldn't it?
The feedback we get back from our customers, is that we appear to be professional, trustworthy and easy to identify.
What do you think? Does it really matter?