Thoughts and tips on Housekeeping and Cleaning from Perth’s most professional cleaning company.

Bring bliss back to home life with a regular clean

Let go of stress and worry of not cleaning your home properly, once and for all Mothers are expected to do it all, aren’t they? Always striving to achieve utter perfection as mothers, wives, employees, friends, daughters and of course, housekeepers too. However, in today’s modern world of holding down a full-time job or being a full-time mum making sure your children and partners have everything they need, all while trying to stay sane yourself can often result in the ‘bliss’ in ‘domestic bliss’ going right out the window. Cleaning [...]
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Keep your home spic and span weekly

Take the stress out of cleaning your home Martha Stewart believes that weekly cleaning is the backbone of any housekeeping regime. Easy for her to say when she had an army of cleaners to help her do it. As a working mum, or even as a stay-at-home mum (which is a full-time job too) cleaning doesn’t always get placed first on the daily task list. It often gets left to the ‘when I have time’ section, doesn’t it? However, many cleaning specialists will tell you that there are essential areas of your home that need to be cleaned as regularly [...]
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200 Things to Throw Away Today

Being organised isn’t about perfection, it’s about finding what you need when you need it. How much space are these “things” taking up at your house? Go through the list and be ruthless. You won’t regret it. 1. Old product boxes (Appliances, TV, Video Games etc.) 2. Hangers from the dry cleaners 3. Plastic hangers that came with clothes packaging 4. Expired make up 5. Half-finished projects…you know the ones! 6. Magazines 7. Old emery boards (buy a nice glass one and be done with those scratchy things!) 8. Old paint, check your Coun [...]
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Sell It or Get Rid of It? 5 questions to ask yourself when de-cluttering you home

  Will the item be worth my time to sell? Remember that your time is worth something – it is not limitless and you want to use it wisely. Take into account how much money you will actually be making from your sale vs. how much time will be involved. I always like to think of it in terms of an hourly rate. For example, if I am trying to sell the item for $5 and it will take approximately 30 minutes of my time in total {including taking photos, listing the item, emails with potential buyers, etc.}, I will be working at a rate of $10 per ho [...]
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