I can do anything required to keep a clean and tidy household. I can come over once a week or every day, whatever is needed. I am accustomed to cleaning up after children and pets. I bring all of my own supplies except for a vacuum and steam cleaner. I can use these but I don't own them. I work at a fast pace to save you time. Let me know if you're interested.
While casually surfing the internet one sleepless night I read an article I am not sure I am glad I tripped over. But being a responsible citizen I feel compelled to share what I learned and what I think many of you might not know; namely, the 6 dirtiest places in your home.
As we long for warmer weather, the ground thawing, raking, planting, the freedom of less clothing and the emergence of all the neighbours from their winter hobbit holes, there is one detail that we choose to forget.
The mess and mud that accompanies this transition from winter to spring.
This is a totally random topic, but I recently had this huge 'Ah-Ha'!
Over the recent holidays I was sick with a virus, as was half the population. The resulting fatigue actually kept me close to my bed for five days…pretty much a record.
How do I make my home smell free?
Over the years, as loving pet owners, we all have cleaned up a lot of messes and tried to stay on top of the odour. But we are always looking for more effective and faster ways to keep our homes pet smell-free.