Cleaning and tidying the house can be a nightmare for the lower back; bending down to reach those nooks and crannies, pushing the Hoover around the house, moving furniture to remove all the debris that’s gathered underneath it over time.
According to the Express, the one household chore that Brits hate the most is cleaning the oven. Think about what your oven goes through in a typical six month period: all that splashed fat from weekend grilled bacon, sauce from a Sunday roast, burned-on sugar from all those cupcakes it’s so fashionable to bake. If you’ve left it longer, it’s only going to be worse- and with overpowderingly strong chemicals, endless black stuff to scrub away, and the possibility of irritations and burns, it’s not surprising that no-one can stand the task, particularly in smaller kitchens that are harder to air out.
Under the bed is a great place to hide Christmas presents or your extra-marital lover, but have you ever considered the mould and bacteria ridden items that are festering under your bed? Here are a few of the most common.
House cleaning, it’s a term that provokes the most incredible facial contortions and noises of disgust from almost everyone that you mention it to. Now, there is one fool proof way of never having to bleach a bath again, that is to call a local cleaning service to do all the dirty work for you. Sometimes you have no choice but to put on those marigolds and dig in. In this case, you’ll need the following tips to remove the stress from washing the doilies. Everyone still has doilies, right?
Ever fancied hanging around the top of the tallest of buildings like you were a treetop-dwelling monkey in the Amazon jungle? Or felt you might like to see how a spider feels when it’s dangling by a thread, being swept to-and-fro by the wind and bashed against adjacent hard, unyielding objects, and all the time having to clean windows as well? You haven’t? Then scary window cleaning probably isn’t for you.