Residential cleaning services gives cleaning tips on Lazy.com.sg Singapore
Window cleaning company offers cleaning recommendations on Lazy.com.sg? The best method against difficult-to-clean grease stains is to use a drop or two of a grease-cutting dishwashing detergent, such as Joy, in a cup of water. It’ll cut through the grease in the carpet just the way it does on your dishes. “Put the solution in a spray bottle and spray it on the stain,” Tarbox says. “Then blot it up.” Again, you may need to do this multiple times for larger stains.
Some cleaning tips: Eighty percent of stains can be removed using plain tap water. To remove a stain, press a clean, dry, white cloth over the stain to absorb the spill. Repeat until the spill is absorbed. Then gently work water into the stain with a damp white towel and blot until the stain is gone. Change cloths when necessary. For a particularly stubborn spot, go to the online “spot solver” resource at The Carpet and Rug Institute (the carpet manufacturers’ trade organization) to find your stain and a suggested solution. Use a fan to dry the area if it’s very wet.
Whenever you place a booking, you are charged a prepayment for cleaning services. The order you just made is then posted to our community of cleaners across Singapore. The pre-payment is held in escrow until the cleaner undertakes your order, shows up and completes the cleaning service. Only then will pre-payment be released from escrow and paid to the cleaner. See more details on cleaning services. You may reschedule all cleaning services through the app at least two days advance. The change in the appointment timing should be agreed between you and the cleaner before the change in timing.
Make a natural scented vinegar cleaning product to help around the house: Mix one part white vinegar with one part water to make a basic household spray (great for anyone suffering from allergies as it’s so gentle). Can’t stand the ‘fish and chip’ smell? Add some fresh herbs to the mixture – sage is particularly clean smelling, but you can experiment with anything that’s growing in your garden really.
Do-it-yourselfers are more likely to encounter these problems because they often don’t remove all the furniture from the room when cleaning, and they often don’t have ready access to the foam blocks and foil-backed cardboard squares that the pros use to keep the furniture off the carpet until it is dry. One carpet-cleaning method, dry extraction, isn’t technically a “dry” procedure; it’s more a “moisture-controlled” process. That is, it applies a controlled amount of moisture to clean the carpet and still leave it dry. This process is similar to the do-it-yourself “dry” method, but the equipment is larger and much more thorough. Read even more details on this website.