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“All in all, very happy with the service and feel much more comfortable about who we are letting into our home. Would definitely recommend to a friend.”

-Mr R – Bournemouth Westbourne

“Bruce was very professional, direct and to the point and took the time to understand our needs. He introduced us to Ilona who is also very professional and takes a lot of care in her work. ”

-Mr T – Bournemouth Westbourne

“My cleaner has been with me for over a month now and does a thorough clean each time she comes to my requirements. I would thoroughly recommend them.”

-Mrs F – Southwater

“My cleaner Debbie is absolutely brilliant.  She takes an interest in her work (and also In me) and I could not wish for a better cleaner, or person, to come into my home. ”

-Mrs M – Winchester
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Mini Life Hacks

After seeing many of our fellow Cleanhome blogs post about Life Hacks we thought we would find some more little tricks to help.

 

Scrubbing Brush –

When cleaning things in the kitchen it often happens that you’ve forgotten to replace the old scourer pads or sponges. A simple and cheap alternative to this is to use a foil ball. The rough edges will lift up stick on grime making it a very good alternative scrubbing brush. 

*Only to be used on old pans & pots with no non-stick

 

Flower pots –

Flowers are a lovely addition to any room of the house, left to long vases can also leave marks. These marks can be very tricky to scrub off. There is however, a simple way of stopping this happening. Our little hack is to add felt stickers, used to stop furniture from scraping the floors, to the bottom of the vases. This will raise the pot up slightly and add padding to the bottom – no more marks.

 

Key colours –

Finding which key goes in the door you want can be a repetitive and boring task. A simple way to differentiate between many different keys is to colour code them using nail varnish. The nail varnish will protect the metal underneath from rust – extra bonus! Ensure you only paint the head of the key, as you could render the key unusable. 

 

Painting –

Many houses have little scuffs and marks on the walls. A great little tip to follow once you have painted a room is to keep a little jar of the paint you used. This means you can do touch ups at any point in time if you have an accident or somehow scrape some of the paint from the wall. 

 

We hope you find these tips helpful. Stay tuned to our blog section and social media pages for more handy little tips and tricks to use around the house.

Bespoke Service

We are not happy until you are! Your cleaner will usually tailor their services to fit exactly with your requirements, including spring cleaning and ironing.

Peace of Mind

Only 1 in 50 applicants makes it on to our carefully screened database. We interview them twice, visit them in their own homes and take up at least two references. And if they still subsequently don't measure up to your standards, we will send you someone who does.

Personal Cleaner

We don't operate in teams, and therefore you get the same cleaner every week. This is good because you develop a relationship with your cleaner. We have some clients who have had the same cleaner for years and years - and that's what we want for you.

COVID-19 5th January Update

 

Just to let you know we are open for business as usual and you can continue to have your cleaner clean your house.

The government has made it clear that cleaners are still permitted to work inside peoples' homes as long as Government Guidelines on social distancing and staying safe are followed (see below). In summary:

You can be outside of your home for work purposes where your place of work remains open and where you cannot work from home, including if your job involves working in other people's homes.

The full text can be found here New National Restrictions from 5 January (in England; there are similar texts available for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland). Specifically relating to cleaners, the guidance continues: 'This guidance applies to those working in, visiting or delivering to home environments. These include, but are not limited to, people working in the following areas:

  • 'This can include work in other people's homes where necessary - for example, for nannies, cleaners, social care workers providing support to children and families, or tradespeople (this is not an exhaustive list)'

Note this guidance is for people who are fit and well, and is dependent on the following social distancing guidelines being followed:

  • No work should be carried out in a household where people are isolating or where an individual is being shielded.
  • The cleaners can continue work, providing that they are well and have no symptoms. No work should be carried out by a cleaner who has coronavirus symptoms, however mild, or when someone in their own household has symptoms.
  • No work should be carried out in a household where any occupants are clinically extremely vulnerable to coronavirus, or households with a possible or confirmed case of coronavirus.
  • Whilst in the house. a cleaner should maintain a safe distance of at least two metres from any household occupant at all times, and ensure good ventilation in the area where they are working, including opening the window.
  • Upon entering the home, cleaners should wash their hands using soap and water for 20 seconds.
  • Cleaners should wash their hands regularly, particularly after blowing their nose, sneezing or coughing, and when leaving the property.

The good news with regard to cleaning is that the cleaners can social distance from their clients very easily, and we would advise that, if you are at home when they are there, that you remain in a separate room to your cleaner.

If you are happy to adhere to the government guidelines - and if your cleaner has not been in touch already - then please just call the office and we will ensure that your cleaning continues.

Best regards

The Cleanhome Team