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Ten Steps to Clean Your Bathroom

Cleaning is a hard job no matter where you are in the house. Your bathroom is the place in your house you know will get messy very quickly. So why not look after it? Here are ten top tips to keep your bathroom clean!

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Here are the things you need for a clean bathroom:

  • Glass Cleaner and rag
  • Toilet Brush
  • Towel Bowl

The Best Way to Dust Your Home

We all hate a dusty home, right? Not only is it unhealthy to breathe in, it’s also uncomfortable. Feel fresh in a dust-free home with some our easy steps.


Here’s our guide:


Step One: Tools

Before you begin to dust your

Easy Tips on How to Keep Up with Your Housekeeping

Housekeeping can be a bit of a drag, right? Don’t worry! We have got some tips on how to make your housework easier and more manageable. It’s true, there is no place like home, especially when it’s nice and clean!

Here’s our guide:

Tip One: Tidy Up as You Go

You’ve probably all heard this tip before and plenty of times, right? If you are one of those people who stick to

How to Mop Your Kitchen Floor the Right Way

Don’t you just hate walking across your kitchen and feeling the sticky floor against your feet? It does get tiring after a while, knowing that you’ve just mopped your floor and yet finding yourself putting on your slippers when going into the kitchen, right? Mopping your floor may seem like a straightforward chore, however, there are some great tips and tricks on how to do the job more effectively!

Here’s our guide:

Clever Tips to Create More Space in Your Bedroom

Do you struggle to get from one side of your room to the other? As good as living in London can be. We all know it means living in a small house, with a small bedroom. No one likes to feel small, but if it’s because you’re in a spacious bedroom, that’s got to be good, surely?

Here’s our guide:

Tip One: Install Some Ceiling Shelves


So, What Is the Right Way to Dispose of Leftover Paint?

New room, new you! We all like to change the personality of our rooms in our house every so often, but what’s the right way to dispose of leftover paint? Due to chemicals, leftover paint can be dangerous to the environment and toxic to humans and animals.