The kids are back at school. After six weeks of quickly shaking the duvets, running around with a feather duster, and giving the bath a rapid wipe round, now you can contemplate a bit of a deep clean, to get the house back together. Try these few tips to help make the process a little easier.
I remember the exact moment I first tried out a wizzy Dyson Airblade hand dryer. It was in Manchester Piccadilly train station and despite the funny dance one must perform to wiggle one’s hands around within the dryer, I thought it was the most exciting thing since Take That reformed.
Technological advancement often blurs the borders of reality and science fiction and we see more and more evidence of that in our homes, offices, and cars. Images of robots cleaning our homes have been around for decades , but will it ever happen? And, if it does, will it be safe? To consider this Google researchers from their deep learning unit Google Brain are looking into AI (artificial intelligence) and have considered that very question.
People are messy; and when they’re having fun they can make even more mess! The traditional house party presents an enormous opportunity for a tidy, organised home to be turned upside down and cleaning up afterwards can be a huge task for hosts. That’s why a New Zealand company became inundated with work after starting up.
Summer is finally upon us and as the days start heating up, cleaning is probably the last thing on everyone’s mind. After the exhausting but necessary spring cleaning season, for most of us it’s just a case of maintaining cleanliness throughout the summer months. The regular household chores such as scrubbing the oven and dusting the shelves still need to be done, but let’s face it, if those jobs can be made easier by swotting up on some lazy cleaning hacks, then why not give it a try?