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Most Hated Household Cleaning Jobs 2017 6 Jun

Most Hated Household Cleaning Jobs 2017

No matter where you’re from, culture, country of origin or gendered expectation, household cleaning is an entrenched part of being a human. From cleaning our homes, to gardening, to household DIY chores, the list is one giant pain in the back. A recent survey has revealed the most loathed household cleaning jobs and chores that…

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University Students and The Curious Case of Cleaning 8 Sep

University Students and The Curious Case of Cleaning

Life is looking a whole lot different now for thousands of students up and down the country as they embark on their next major milestone. Many for the first time are moving away from the comforts of their own home and into their respective universities. Whilst the whirlwind of new friends, society participation, partying and…

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Gender Wars: Who is the cleanliest? 21 Jul

Gender Wars: Who is the cleanliest?

Couples will often bicker over who does which chores. Archaic stereotypes saw certain sexes leaning towards certain household tasks, with women being typically viewed as the ‘home maker’. However, modern day has seen men, on many an occasion, out-strip women for the title of the most house-proud home owner. But are we really as clean…

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The Clean House Calculator 12 Jul

The Clean House Calculator

Ever wondered how much time and money you spend in order to have a clean house? All the cleaning products, the sprays, the mops, the vacuums, etc. And many people think hiring a domestic cleaner would be more expensive than doing it themselves. Well now’s your chance to find out, how much does it really…

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Cleaning your new home 5 Jul

Cleaning your new home

One of the last things many think about when moving home is cleaning. However, it should be one of the first things on your list when arriving at your new property. According to livescience.com: ‘More common sources of dust pollutants, including animal dander, sand, insect waste, flour (in the kitchen), and of course lots of…

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