Hate it or love it spring cleaning is a necessary evil. We all naturally do a little less housework over winter due to shortened daylight hours and weather that is far from ideal.
Most people approach spring cleaning in one of two ways. The first way is to dedicate an entire weekend to cleaning, getting all the huge jobs done in one go. The second way is to do a little at a time, washing quilts one day, cleaning cupboards the next and so on.
Whatever your method, these articles will help you get the job done quickly and efficiently!
Removing rust, buffing off grime, cleaning the shower screen and more! These ten no-fail tips will help you clean every nook and cranny in the bathroom.
The bathroom is one of the busiest rooms in the house and gets dirty very quickly
Get the house clean without using harsh chemicals. This article tells you how to make natural products to clean your oven, wipe surfaces, polish timber, clean glass, kill mould and wash clothes.
Make your own mould killer and use a stiff-brush to remove mould from grout
Cleaning windows is an easy process but one that many people get wrong. Read this article to ensure you are cleaning your windows in the most efficient manner.
Computers are magnets for dust, lint and sticky fingers. To clean a dirty screen and keyboard without causing damage you need to use the right products and techniques.
Has mould sprung up in your home during winter? This article tells you how to check for mould and how to get rid of it if you find it.
Check for mould and eradicate it before it becomes a pervasive problem
Rising damp destroys the comfort of a home, creating musty smells and causing or aggravating asthma and allergies. To treat rising damp it’s necessary to identify the source and apply the proper solution.
The Handyman Staff