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10 Best Tips for Storing Children’s and Baby Clothes

Childrens clothes on washing line

Sorting out storage isn’t the best job in the world, but it’s a job many of us have to do. Storing children’s clothes is one of the hardest tasks because there is so much of it. They’re constantly growing and getting new clothes, their wardrobes seem to be ever expanding. Despite having more t-shirts and […]

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How to prevent steam in the bathroom: These things actually work

Steamed up bathroom mirror

Whilst having a shower or a bath can be the most relaxing part of your day, what’s annoying about the aftermath of it is the condensation that is left on the mirrors, windows, and other places around the bathroom. Bathroom condensation is very normal and nothing to be worried about as it occurs in almost […]

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How to get motivated to clean your house and keep it clean!

Kitchen sink and rubber gloves

You may find it hard to get yourself motivated to clean your house and to even keep it clean. We all go through many of the same challenges that come along with house cleaning. Sometimes there is not enough time in the day to clean or we just lack the motivation to get the job […]

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How to clean a stainless steel hob, oven and cooker hood

Cleaning a stainless steel hob

Unfortunately, as I have found out, stainless steel hobs are nowhere near as easy to clean as ceramic or induction alternatives. Having cleaned my own stainless steel cooking appliances for the last eight years, I thought it would be useful to put this guide together to take you through the steps you need for cleaning a […]

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How to clean a mouldy washing machine drawer and door seal

Mouldy washing machine drawer

I find it quite ironic that a machine designed to wash clothes can get so dirty. I’m talking about a washing machine and the fact that no matter what I do I always end up with black mould-like substances and slime in different parts of the machine. If you have the same problem then read […]

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How to clean stained shirt collars and cuffs: Tips that work

Collar stain removal

It can be quite frustrating when you realise that your favourite shirt/blouse has a stain on the collar but rather than throw it out (or live with it) there are some methods you can try in order to remove those marks. As both my children are at primary school we have a lot of white shirts […]

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2018’s Best Cordless Vacuum Cleaners: Our Complete Guide

Choosing a good cordless vacuum cleaner

Cordless vacuums offer many benefits over more traditional corded vacuum cleaner models. These include their light weight and manoeuvrability and their ability to be able to “pick up and go” rather than having to plug the vacuum in as you move around the house. This means they are great for cleaning up quick spills! With technology moving […]

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7 Best Steam Cleaners & Mops of 2018: Our Top Picks

Steam mops and cleaners have grown in popularity in recent years and there continue to be new innovations and new models regularly launched. So what is so great about using a steam cleaner? Firstly, high temperature steam is used to clean floors and surfaces rather than water and cleaning products. This is generally regarded as […]

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How to get smear free windows: These are the best things to use

Window cleaning products

Although we use a local window cleaner for cleaning the external windows, the inside window cleaning task is down to my wife and I. In fact, now that I’m spending more time working from home I think I should actually make more of an effort to clean the outside windows as well! In this post I […]

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Dyson vs Shark cordless vacuums – Which one do I choose?

Dyson V8 vs Shark DuoClean

I currently have an (old) Henry Hoover but I’ve been thinking that a new cordless vacuum may be the best way to go. There are a number of reasons for this. Number one, we have wooden floors downstairs and one floor is dark wood which attracts the dust and dirt very quickly and it’s a […]

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