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Tatiana is a joy and we don't know what we do without her, high standards & a hard worker. Justine, Stillorgan Co. Dublin

Maria is an excellent house cleaner. I cannot give enough credit in relation to her work and also how pleasant she is when in the house. She is a real credit to you guys. Paul M. Ringsend Dublin 4.

I am very pleased with Clecia my cleaner, she has been working in my home for 6 months. We are very happy with her cleaning work. She is hardworking, efficient and leaves my home in great condition. She is also very friendly, obliging & eager to do her best. Thank You! Ciara C. Rathfarnham Dublin 16

From the initial meeting with Juliana to discuss my home cleaning requirements through to the introduction of my cleaner, Time For You has been on hand to ensure that my cleaning needs have been met. Danielle is a reliable, hardworking cleaner and extremely easy to get on with. I would be happy to recommend Time For You to anyone who is looking for a professional reliable cleaning service. James – Dublin 5

We have our house cleaner from Time For You for a couple of years and the team continuously prove themselves to be professional, reliable and efficient. Our cleaner Ligia is lovely! Siobhan - Dublin 6W

I have been very happy with the cleaning service from Time For You and with Viviani our cleaner, please pass on my positive feedback. Patrick, Dublin 2

Thank you for an excellent cleaning job in my house in Castleknock. It was amazing such attention to detail. Thank you very much, Juliana and Time For You team
Michelle – Castleknock, Dublin 15

From the beginning I have received a quality home cleaning service from Time For You. My cleaner is always reliable and works to the highest standard. Juliana Maira our cleaner is excellent. We are delighted to recommend them to others.
Daniel - Dun Laoghaire

My apartment cleaner is great!! She works very hard and is trustworthy. Our apartment looks clean and tidy every week. I'd recommend Time For You Home Cleaning Services to anyone.
Samir – Dublin 2

I have found the Time For You home cleaning service to be excellent & our cleaner Natalia has been very flexible which was wonderful for us. John. Dublin 2

We are very happy with our cleaning service from Time For You, the cleaning work is always consistent & of high quality each week. Thank you, Eoin, Irishtown, Dublin 4

Good Morning, We just received a testimonial from Greg one of our clients in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Greg says that he has nothing but positives to say, every week our home is excellently cleaned, bathrooms, bedrooms & kitchen are left immaculate. We are extremely satisfied. - Thank You Greg, your feedback is very much appreciated.

All is going really well, I am so happy with Elaine. She is a great worker nothing is an issue, I really would be lost with out her and I don't know why I didn't get your service years ago...." Liz, Clonsilla, Dublin 15

I just wanted to let you know that Juliana is a great house cleaner, there is never a problem all our home cleaning requirements are completed every week. Thanks, Brian Dublin 4

My husband & I both work full time so we decided to take on a cleaner about a year ago. Sean called to meet me at our home & asked about our specific requirements. He then put Elena in touch with us & she started immediately. She does a professional & thorough job each time. I have never been disappointed with the standard of cleaning work & she simply texts me with any requirements for products etc.

The Time for You home cleaning service is totally professional & has made our lives so much more enjoyable taking the pressure of housework away. I would not hesitate to recommend Sean & his team to anyone.

Claire, Dublin 15.

As you know we are moving from Spencer Dock & I just wanted to say how pleased we were with Daniela, she always did a great job. We hope to resume the home cleaning service with you when we return.
Mark B. Spencer Dock, Dublin 1.

I have had our house cleaned on a weekly basis for over a year now with Time For You and all I can say is that the service has been excellent, our cleaner Elena is wonderful, she just knows exactly what needs to be done and takes all the stress of housework away from us.
P.Cook, Monkstown, Co. Dublin.

Vivienne our cleaner is excellent, definitely more time for myself and it is a pleasure to come home when she has been. I have recommended Time For You to friends & colleagues. Thank you.
E.Murray, Hanover Quay, Dublin 4

I would like to say how satisfied we are with the service from Time For You, Maria is a pleasure, efficient, honest & very reliable. As we both work fulltime and the hours seem to get longer we can tell you that a great weight has been taken off our shoulders.
M. Clough, Adelaide Rd. Dublin 4

After having several cleaning ladies over the last two years or so can I just say how delighted I am with Catalina, her work is to a very high standard and all the weekly cleaning tasks are taken care of.
S. O'Gorman, Crumlin, Dublin 12

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Fix it Friday: Shower Shake-Up’s

Friday, September 4, 2015 By: CleanMyHome

Some quick tips to keep your shower looking cleaner.

Shower Door – If you have an old spray bottle, fill with distilled white vinegar, just spray on the glass, leave for a short time then simply wipe away. Its an easy way to remove soap & shampoo scum. Then to prevent the scum returning quickly wipe the door down with lemon or baby oil, you will find that you need to clean less frequently!

Quick cleaning of the shower-head – If you fill a small plastic bag with some vinegar  tie the bag to the shower-head, leave overnight & the job is done! ( Just make sure the shower-head is submerged in the vinegar!)

Organising your home

Monday, August 10, 2015 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

Organising your home

Organising your home can go a long way to freeing up some time to spend with the family, but sometimes we look at the clutter we accumulate and wonder where to start… Try incorporating some of the tips below into your daily life and you could be well on your way to having an organised household!

Good news, there are ways to stay ahead of the game – making small changes to the way you do things will have a big impact on important family time. Here are some tips to start you off:

Reports show that we don’t use 80% of the stuff we keep, we wear only 20% of the clothes we own and 25% of adults say they pay bills late because they lost the paperwork. Lost car keys, manic morning rushes and misplaced papers can cause such a headache, but just a few small changes can make a huge difference.

“Organising is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up” – A. A. Milne

General

  1. Make sure everything has a place in your house and teach family members to mind their own clutter: “if you open it, close it”; “if you throw it down, pick it up”, etc.
  2. Put waste bins in each room to encourage people to throw their trash away instead of leaving it on the living room table to take to the kitchen later on.
  3. Keep toy baskets in each room for fast pick up and storage, include the kids in the clean up and make a game of it, read our article on this here.
  4. Create an in box for bills that need paying. Once paid, remove and file or place into filing tray.
  5. Put an extension cable in the lounge to keep all rechargeable plugs: iPhone, iPad, camera, handheld video games, this way you’ll not have to search for an outlet for charging or ask someone to call your phone to find out where you’ve left it.
  6. Make a master grocery list on a computer and sort the groceries into categories: frozen, dairy, vegetables, etc. – highlight the products you need for that week, leaving a space for any miscellaneous items. This way you don’t over-stock or buy anything you don’t need. Keep it up to date by removing/adding items that you use/don’t use regularly.
“How many things are there which I do not want?” – Socrates

Kitchen clutter

  1. Store things near to where you use them; keep pots and pans near the cooker, mixing bowls near the counter for food preparation and plates, glasses and crockery near to the dishwasher.
  2. Can’t find the spice you want? Get a spice rack so keep all the spices in one place, putting the most used spices at the front – alphabetise them if you’re feeling really daring!
  3. Put frequently used items such as plates on cupboard shelves that are eye level, store heavier items below waist level and rarely used items on higher shelves.
  4. Get rid of unused, damaged or duplicated cookware.
  5. Use the kitchen counter space for things you regularly use like cookbooks and kettles; store the food processor and knife block away!
  6. Stack pots, pans and bowls on top of each other – this will reduce space taken up. Place paper towels between layers to prevent scratching.
  7. Hanging baskets or wire baskets can organise the cleaning cupboard.
  8. Put all packet mixes and stock in a basket on the shelf, this will make it easier to track down what you need.
  9. Once you’ve done a big shop, remember to empty the fridge of old food before stocking it up with new produce.
“Happiness is a place between too little and too much” – Finnish proverb

Bathroom blitz

  1. Group things together in a basket, for example all skincare products can go together, shampoos and conditioners under the sink or in a drawer.
  2. Throw out all products that you no longer use and have passed their sell by date. Securely dispose of out of date medication.
  3. Despite the common concept that medicines are kept in the bathroom medicine cabinet, put all medication elsewhere as the heat and humidity from the bathroom causes drugs to lose potency. Use the cabinet for dental care or hair grooming products.
  4. Hang a squeegee in the shower, the thing you use on your windows – then wipe down shower doors once the shower’s been used, I swear by this and it really cuts down on soap scum.
  5. If you have trouble storing bathroom towels, roll them up and display in a basket as an extra feature.
  6. Put a clock in the bathroom so there’s no excuse for being late!
“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change the way you think about it” – Mary Englebreit

Bedroom blowout

  1. An organised wardrobe can simplify the morning rush to get to work; get a couple of short rods installed one above the other: the higher rod can have shirts and tops while the bottom rod can house skirts and folded trousers.
  2. Adjustable shelves allow you to change the arrangement of your closet.
  3. Hooks on the inside of wardrobe doors can be installed as an extra way of storing off-season clothing such as hats and scarves or belts.
  4. Separate clothes by season.
  5. Take a look at what you no longer wear, sort through it and take it to a charity shop. We always find this hard to do, but think about clothes you haven’t worn in over a year – in all likelihood you won’t wear them again so be ruthless and free up some valuable space!
  6. Store clothes that you want to save in vacuum-sealed bags, making it easier to store under the bed or on shelving.
“Organise, don’t agonise” – Nancy Pelosi

The goal of organising your home isn’t to make it immaculate but rather to make life a little calmer and more efficient. Working with even just a few of the ideas above will reduce disorder, improve productivity and most importantly reward you with more quality time for you and your family. As the Association of Professional Declutterers and Organisers UK say: “It’s not possible to declutter effectively without implementing organisation” – yes, there is an actual company for decluttering!

HAPPY ORGANISING!

Cleaning your Glass ware

Monday, November 26, 2012 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning
Mondays Cleaning Tip:
Cleaning your glass ware: I know its only November but just walking around Dublin City Centre at the weekend you can already see the preparations for Christmas are well under way, which got me thinking about Christmas parties & having friends and family around and of course all that involves lots of cleaning & I’m sure your friends are like mine – they like a drink or two, & there is nothing worse then a dirty glass! So here is a quick and simple way to get your glassware ready for those guests.
Place a tea towel at the base of your sink, its helps to protect the glass! fill the sink with water as hot as the glass can stand add washing up liquid (not too much) Fill the other sink (if you dont have two use a basin) with hot water only. Holding each glass mouth down plunge into the soapy water several times, repeat the process in the clear water immediately.
Believe me this is a really quick way of getting through those dirty glasses in a hurry!

The Battle with Dog Hair

Wednesday, June 13, 2012 By: CleanMyHome

I know I’m going to offend some people but I do not like dogs! Especially ones that leave your clothes and every conceivable surface  covered in dog hair. So when Sean’s uncle died and we suddenly inherited his long haired collie Barney I wasn’t exactly over the moon. But you know he has managed to squeeze himself into a place in our home. He is a very gentle affectionate fellow and we are all very fond of him even me!

Barney - The source of all our dog hairs..!

But that does not mean that the hair issue does not arise. It is all over our house and cleaning it up has become my latest housekeeping project. Thankfully he is scared of the stairs so upstairs is a hair free zone so far. But it is everywhere else. We have a freestanding bath and the hot water pipes run behind it making a warm cosy bed for Barney and giving unsuspecting visitors to the bathroom a fright on occasion!

So what about the hairs? My friend who lives in Ranelagh tells me she washes her dog everyday with baby shampoo! That sounded like something I could try because of course Barney  would be more loveable if he smelled better. So one beautiful sunny spring morning I took Barney outside and sprayed him with the hose before proceeding to lather him up with the baby shampoo. Poor Barney didn’t know what hit him and I just wasn’t strong enough to hold him. Off he bolted like a mad thing straight on to the garden where he proceeded to roll around and around on the dirt until he turned brown! So much for that idea! I learned afterwards that dogs have natural oils and they should be shampooed only rarely. So now I stick to brushing. It helps but you really need to do it 3 times a week. I have heard that you can use the vacuum, yes on the dog, but I haven’t been brave enough to try that one yet! A good vacuum cleaner is a must for cleaning up all the hairs, another trick is to try those sheets that you use in the clothes dryer or slightly dampened rubber gloves. If you rub them over the sofa or other surface the hairs will cling and be easily removed.

Of course  to be honest the only reliable solution to a perfectly clean house all the time is never to get a dog but now we have him we wont be sending him back just yet.

Siobhán

House Cleaning Hints from CleanMyHome.ie

Wednesday, April 4, 2012 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

As experienced home cleaners we can share many hints & tips with you to help reduce the amount of time you spend cleaning your home.

Its always best to tidy before starting to clean, it may sound obvious but with less clutter your home cleaning task will be a lot faster. Try & you will see for yourself.

The old rule for most things in life – prevention is better then cure! Try to prevent the dirt getting into your home in the first place by going out and spending a little extra on a really good door mat for inside your main doors.  I can recommend a Turtle Mat they are absorbent & can be washed easily in your washing machine. Also when baking in the oven you can either place a sheet of tinfoil on the base of your oven or if your pan or dish may spill over place a larger one on the shelf underneath with a little water in to to catch any spills.

Some Time Saving tips are: when you load your dishwasher pop all cutlery in seperate compartments in the basket, knives in one, forks in another & so on. When you cook as part of the preperation you will have lots of used utensils so before you start just fill a basin with hot water & washing up liquid and as you finish with each utensil pop it in the warm water & let them soak. when you come to cleaning it will be a breeze!

How about saving money on your cleaning materials & liquids, its easy to make your own, some essential ingredients are vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice, salt a mix of these will work perfectly on many home cleaning tasks.

 

 

 

VAT Increase January 2012

Thursday, January 5, 2012 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

In line with the recent increase on the VAT rate by Revenue we have increased our hourly rate. The new hourly rate is €15.36 inc VAT, Insurance cover is now included in this price also.

We look forward to working with you throughout 2012 in providing an affordable home cleaning service to you.

Call us on 01 406 5426 to discuss your home cleaning requirements further.

Simple & Quick Oven Cleaning Tip

Sunday, October 16, 2011 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

Here is a really simple tip to make cleaning your grimy oven so much easier. Just after you remove your cooked meal, simply fill a deep pan with water pop into your hot oven, as it heats up the steam will soften all the grime and its just a quick & simple wipe to the inside of your oven & its job done…! Thanks to Helen in Blackrock, Co. Dublin for this tip.

Removing Animal Hair

Tuesday, June 7, 2011 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

Do you have pets at home? If so removing animal hair from sofas, carpets and stairs can be very frustrating, especially when your pet is moulting. The best way to collect and remove the hair from the furniture is to use rubber gloves. Put them on and wipe your hand across the hair. The pet hair will then begin to clump together and form bundles in places. This makes it easier for you to pick the hair up in bunches and put in the bin.

Getting the sparkle back in your kitchen sink…

Wednesday, January 12, 2011 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

Cleaning the sink is one of those jobs that most people dislike,  especially after the children have done their best to ensure it is constantly piled with dirty plates, mugs and dishes. It is also one of those household tasks that after a long day at work its the last thing you want to do when you come. Also the kitchen sink if cleared and left sparkling will automatically make your kitchen look better.

This is an easy and fast task, empty the sink of the days used crockery, remove any of the heavier grime with hot water.  To make sure that the sink sparkles, shake baking soda on to a sponge and rub the sink gently all around. Rinse the sink after this has been done and watch your sink sparkle back at you. There you go – you are now a domestic cleaning God or Godess!

The BIG Freeze…will be followed by the BIG Thaw…!

Thursday, December 2, 2010 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

I know the kids in all of us enjoyed the heaviest snowfall in a while but I think we are getting a little fed up of it now, its very very difficult to even walk on the streets probably more difficult then driving !

The harsh freezing weather will cause problems in many homes in particular freezing water pipes which when they thaw are very likely to burst and if they go unnoticed for any period of time the water will cause untold damage to your house, causing ceilings to collapse, destroying carpets, water running down your walls etc which will then lead you to have an insurance claim & it doesnt end there because next year when your policy comes up for renewal just watch the increased insurance premium…!

So how can you be prepared for the worst?

  • Firstly in case of water leaks, you MUST know how to turn your water supply off! Ensure you have the appropriate tools nearby if needed in an emergency. Also have basins & buckets at the ready.
  • Make sure you have your step ladder at hand in the event you need to get into the attic quickly!
  • Have your insurance company contact details at hand, check their web site for emergency numbers, they often have contact details for approved Plumbers & tradespeople that are available on a 24hr basis. Save these numbers on your mobile phone.
  • Its a good idea to leave your attic door open to allow heat rise and prevent pipes freezing, even leaving a light on in your attic can help.
  • If you are away or you are responsible for a vacant property make sure the heat is on a timer.
  • Try to have a family member or friend or even arrange a house sitter to keep a close watch on your home.

Some advice if pipes are frozen or burst:

  • Switch off water supply, electricity & gas
  • Try to limit the damage by moving as much furniture etc away from the affected area
  • Be sure that any electrical items near to the leak are unplugged

Once you have the leak under control:

  • Do not use any electrical item unltill you are satisfied that the leak is repaired
  • Raise any floor covering and dry slowly, they may not need to be replaced
  • If you are going to make a claim dont throw anything away as the claims assessor will need to view the damage.

If you feel I have missed any important point please be sure to post your comments….