Cleaning up London

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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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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Daniela could be your next cleaner.

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Are you scared of the Halloween clean-up?


We hope that you have a great Halloween with the kids trick-or-treating, carving pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns, attending or hosting Halloween parties and lighting bonfires.  It is a fun time of year but can also be a messy one for your house!

We have compiled a list of cleaning tricks and treats to help you solve the stickiest and scariest cleaning problems. Enjoy our seasonable guide.

Pumpkin stains on floor and carpet

Carving pumpkin is not only a hard thing to do, but also a very messy one. If you decide to do everything in your kitchen, the best tip would be to lay down a newspaper under the pumpkin. This would make the cleaning much easier and less tricky. 

If you have pumpkin stains on the floor or the carpet, we have a solution. Firstly, immediately remove any pumpkin pulp that you see on the floor. You don’t want it to dry out as it would be harder to clean. 

If you have pumpkin stains on any carpeted area, there are a couple of steps you...

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Housekeeper of the week 28 Oct 19


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Otilia is an excellent cleaner for you.

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How to clean a shower


Having a clean bathroom is important to us. We want to feel clean and hygienic when we are in the bathroom. It is also important to prevent the build-up of harmful bacteria, mould or mildew. Most people know how to clean a mirror, sink or toilet. However, cleaning your shower and bath tub is a little more complicated. Read on for some top tips for how to clean a shower as part of your bathroom cleaning routine.

shower cleaning tips and tricks

Fast fixes: Cleaning your shower as quickly as 1, 2, 3

1) Invest in a specialised cleaner to get rid of mould and mildew.

There are a few important things to consider:

  • Make sure that you follow the manufacturer’s instructions on the packaging.
  • Always keep the area well ventilated.
  • Shut the door to prevent children or pets entering the bath or shower room whilst you are using the product.
  • Don’t use these types of products when you are pregnant.

2) Clean the drain.

This is especially important if you or other members of the household have long...

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Housekeeper of the week 21 Oct 2019


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Marvic could be your next cleaner

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6 Essential cleaning products you cannot live without


House cleaning should be simple and not be turned into an art form with specialised products for every single cleaning job. With a bewildering array of easy cleaning products on supermarket shelves, it is easy to buy products that you will hardly ever use.

In this post, we bring cleaning back to its basics.

cleaning products array

 We simplify matters by listing only the essential cleaning products that you cannot live without. 

1) Multi-surface cleaner

A powerful all-round product that works we

ll as both a bathroom cleaner and kitchen cleaner. As well as cutting through kitchen grease on hobs, draining boards, worktops and bins, it can be used to clean baths, taps, sinks, toilet seats and shower screens. The solution kills 99.9 percent of bacteria and viruses and leaves behind a refreshing fragrance.


2) Washing-up liquid

As well as washing your dishes, washing-up liquid is an incredibly useful cleaning product. Washing-up liquid can be used in a variety of ways around your home...

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