Cleaning up London

Housekeeper of the week 10 Dec 19


Magdalena is hard-working and very detailed cleaner. 

Languages - English & Bulgarian
Characteristics -  Detail-oriented, Positive, Friendly
‍Services - Regular and One-off Cleaning, Oven, Windows, Fridge
Locations- #Kendsington #Chelsea #NottingHill #Mayfair #Marylbone #Westminster #CoventGarden #Battersea #Clapham #Brixton #Camberwell #Balham

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Housekeeper of the week 2 December 2019


Vesela is very professional, careful and detail-oriented cleaner.

Languages - English & Bulgarian
Characteristics - Trustworthy, Smart & Diligent
‍Services - Regular and One-off Cleaning, Laundry, Ironing, Fridge, Meals, Shopping
Locations- #WestLondon #EastLondon #CanaryWharf #Paddington #Mayfair #Westminster #Whitechapel #Bermondsey #Southwark #LondonBridge #Vauxhall #Finsbury

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How to improve your cleaning efficiency with new technology?


Technology innovation is one of the most discussed topics nowadays. Many cleaning tools have been electrified and updated to help us clean faster and easier.

Many ingredients in common household products have been linked to health problems. Using innovative technology tackles environmental issues and makes our lives easier. In this post, we share some new technologies that can improve your health and the environment as well.


Robotic vacuum cleaners have been around for some time. The technology is constantly improving, and they now have the potential to revolutionise the way we clean.

One of the features of the automatic vacuum cleaner is that it automatically adjusts between floor types and can clean under your furniture. Your only task is to turn it on and leave it on the floor. It would be the best solution if you have a busy lifestyle. Let the new technology do the dirty work, while you enjoy your free time.


The electric mop has also existed...

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Housekeeper of the week 26 November 2019


Leia is hard-working and very friendly cleaner. 

Languages - English
Characteristics - Trust-worthy, Bubbly, Friendly
‍Services - Regular and One-off Cleaning, Laundry, Ironing, Oven, Windows, Fridge, Meals, Food Shopping
Locations- #WestLondon #Westminister #Pimlico #Kensington #WhiteCity #ShepherdsBush #Hammersmith #Fulham #Chiswick #Ealing #KensalGreen #HydePark

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How to clean leather


Our ancestors first used leather to protect themselves from the elements. Since then, we have adapted leather’s durability and beauty to use it in apparel, furniture and fashion accessories.

Leather products are a style statement. However, as a natural material, it needs special treatment when it comes to cleaning.

 It is preferable to minimally treat your leather products and to use natural cleaners to avoid damage. Always spot test a cleaning product on a small area before using on the entire area.  You don’t want to damage your beautiful leather furniture by mistake!

It’s important to realize that if you are cleaning a suede product, the treatment is not the same as cleaning leather. 

So, let’s get started on how to take care of your favorite leather products.



Leather furniture is a must-have choice when it comes to owning a durable and sleek piece of furniture. Though, most love to own it but lack the...

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Best Cleaning Service in London 2019


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We are delighted and honoured to be included in the 2019 list of The Best Cleaning Services in London.

Unlike cleaning agencies on the list, with TidyChoice you can select the cleaner that suits you best and book them in real time online. To see who is available in your area, please visit our homepage.

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Housekeeper of the week 18 Nov 19


Margarida is excited for the next cleaning job.

Languages - English
Characteristics - Reliable, Professional, Helper
‍Services - Regular, One-off clean, Laundry, Oven, Windows, Meals, Gardening, Food Shopping
Locations- #stratford #barking #poplar #walthamstow #illford #woodford #newburypark

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How to keep your smart watch clean?


Smart watches are integral part of our active lifestyle. Smart Watches are not just devices to notify us of the time but also update us on your daily activities like, measuring our heart rate and number of steps.

Smart watches go where you go so it could be contaminated with various bacteria from different places like gym, office, and shopping malls. Smart wearables could be potential carriers of filth and germs if not cleaned regularly. 

So how to keep them hygienic and clean from daily exposure to the world around us? Following are some tips to keep your Apple Watches and Fitbit hygienic and bacteria free.

Supplies you’ll need

  • Water in a bowl
  • Liquid soap (dish soap/ hand wash)
  • White vinegar
  • Microfiber cloth
  • Coffee filter
  • All-purpose leather cleaner
  • Clean cotton sock
  • Cotton buds (Q-tips)
  • Toothbrush
  • Pin

First Step- Clean the Screen:

The screen of our smart devise are the most interactive areas thus making it the dirtiest. Wipe the screen firmly using microfibre...

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Housekeeper of the week 12 Nov 17


Fatma is obsessed with cleaning.

Languages - English
Characteristics - Reliable, Professional, Helper, Child-Carer
‍Services - Regular, One-off clean, Laundry, Oven, Windows, Meals, Gardening, Food Shopping
Locations- #Wembley #kensalgreen #whitecity #greenford #chalkfarm #hampsteadheath

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What is London’s cleanest mode of transport?


Walking or cycling around London can feel like a health hazard. Roads are engulfed in dangerous levels of exhaust fumes and pollutants. How does the London Undergorund compare?

Around 4.8m daily commuters use the London Underground every day. According to the latest research published by the Financial Times levels of pollution inside the underground are extremely high. At times as much as 10 times higher than the guidelines set by WHO. The investigation was conducted at over 75 locations across the tunnel segments inside Zone 1, central London.

The analysis revealed that the Central line is the most polluted, while Northern and Victoria lines are also high risk. 

The network has an abundant level of PM 2.5 particles. These atmospheric particles are one-thirtieth of the thickness of the human hair. These fine particles, which could come from various sources including motor vehicles emissions, agricultural burning and power plant emissions last longer in the air...

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