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Cleaning Tips

Are you planning to clean the house on your own? Here are some cleaning tips. The best part is that you do not have to buy expensive products. All you need is some household items like baking soda and vinegar, and you are all set. You can save a lot of money by reading and practicing these cleaning tips.

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How to Do a Proper Bond Cleaning in Melbourne?

  • Olivia White
  • 24 October 2017

Bond cleaning or end of lease cleaning or exit cleaning is something your property manager can ask you to perform when you are at the...

Innovative Ideas to Organise All your Cleaning Products

  • Olivia White
  • 9 October 2017

Home cleaning is such an exhausting task that everyone needs a well-organised schedule to manage day-to-day cleaning activities to promote the safe and healthy environment....

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Preparing for End of Lease! How to Get your Full Bond Back

  • Olivia White
  • 22 September 2017

When you are at the end of your tenancy period, you will need to get your lease property cleaned before the inspection process. It should...

Short and Simple End of Lease Cleaning Checklist

  • Olivia White
  • 12 September 2017

Having a great plan is necessary to perform the end of lease cleaning process successfully. If you are planning for a move, keep some of...

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4 Amazing Cleaning Benefits of Using White Vinegar

  • admin
  • 10 August 2017

White vinegar is not only a cooking ingredient. It is an imperative ingredient when it comes to preparing homemade cleaning solution. Due to its acidic...

How To Prepare For An End Of Lease Cleaning In 5 Easy Steps

  • admin
  • 6 October 2016

It's important to know how to prepare for a proper end of tenancy of your home because if you don't, things could quickly go wrong....

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