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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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Battling Bacteria in the Bathroom

Monday, November 22, 2010 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

Keeping the bathroom clean and fresh not only makes the room look good, but also avoids creating a breeding place for germs and bacteria.

Blitzing basins, bidets and baths

Cleaning methods for basins, bidets and baths depends on the material they are made from:

  • Acrylic – rinse and dry with a soft cloth after your bath, especially if you relaxed with a bubble bath that leaves a film on the acrylic. If you need to give the bath a good clean, rub in a non-abrasive cream cleaner, rinse and buff. Scratches are easily removed by rubbing gently with a metal cleaner.

  • Glass fibre – clean with a neutral detergent and take care not to scratch as the colour is often just a thin surface coating. Do not scrub with abrasive or metal cleaners, as they will eventually scour the surface away.

  • Vitreous or porcelain enamel – do not use abrasives as they will dull the sheen. Try white spirit on stubborn surface marks and tidemarks. Wash the white spirit off straight away with a neutral detergent.

Assaulting mouldy sealant

Get to grips with mouldy bath sealant with bleach on an old toothbrush. Rinse when clean then treat with a fungicidal wash to deter the mould returning.

A knight on the tiles. Wipe over with a solution of one part white vinegar to four parts water, rinse & buff. Clean grout with an old toothbrush dipped in a solution of one part bleach to six parts water.

Top tips for taps
Just like baths, the cleaning method depends on what the taps are made from:

  • Chrome taps need a wipe with a damp cloth and buffing dry. Grease comes off with a neutral detergent and more serious stains are removed with a nonabrasive liquid metal cleaner.

  • Gold-plated taps need wiping with a soft cloth while they are still damp to stop marks.

If the tap has lime scale on the spout, fill a small container with white vinegar and tape the container to the tap, so the spout is in the vinegar to dissolve the lime scale. An hour soaking is generally long enough, but if the scale remains, try for another hour.

Going with the flow

Clean plugs and overflows with a bottlebrush. Pour some bleach down the plug and rinse after a minute or two to kill smells.

Turpentine will bring the shine back to rubber plugs.

Magic with the mirror

Rub a little liquid soap on the mirror, then dry off with kitchen roll to eliminate steaming up when you run a bath or shower.

Treating the WC gracefully
Cleaning with a lavatory cleaner weekly will keep the bowl clean. Hold off the bleach as it damages the glaze and makes the bowl harder to keep clean. Where lime scale stains inside the bowl, you will first need to remove the water with a small, disposable container then apply a descaler. Don’t mix and match chemical cleaners as they may give off dangerous fumes. Wash the lavatory brush in hot, soap water and rinse in cold water containing a few drops of disinfectant to stiffen the bristles. Wash and disinfect the holder as well. Wipe the lavatory seat on top and underneath with a germicidal solution. Dry with kitchen paper.

Always keep any cloths for the bathroom separate from others to prevent cross contamination.

Tip: Use different colour cloths for your bathroom to those you use in the rest of the house.

Game, set and mat

Scrub any non-slip rubber mats with a brush and neutral detergent. Rinse well so they remain non-slip

Power shower cleaning tips
Clean the shower cubicle according to the hints above for tiles, taps and baths. Methods for descaling shower heads depends whether they are metal or plastic. The formula for a shower head descaling solution is one part white vinegar to two parts water. Make up the same solution for both types of shower heads – using warm on metal and cold on plastic. If you can detach the shower head, make the solution in a small saucepan from half a litre of white vinegar to a litre of water. Bring to the boil and submerge a metal shower head for about 15 minutes. Allow the solution to cool for plastic shower heads. If the shower head is not removable, let the solution cool, pour in to a plastic bag, tape to the shower head and leave overnight.

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