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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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Posts Tagged ‘Cleaning Tips’

Getting In To Bed With The Enemy !

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

I’m sure you have been reading about the invasion of bed bugs in some of New Yorks finest hotels recently well many people do not understand the dangers of the enemy that lurks within their beds – the dust mite.

These microscopic creepy-crawlies, that are invisible to the naked eye, feed on skin flakes we shed in bed as we sleep. It is not so much the mite but what the mite excretes that is the problem.


A typical dust mite lives for up to 150 days and excretes 200 times its body weight in that time the excrement includes a compound called guanine, that is associated with asthma, bronchitis, red itchy eyes, sneezing, coughing, headaches, depression and a lot more allergic reactions.


A bed can have between 100,000 and 10 million microscopic mites living in the fabrics. Mattresses also contain:

  • Sweat and body fats – in one night a person can lose up to a pint of sweat and body fats

  • Bacteria and viruses

  • Skin – the average family will shed up to 1.5 kilos of skin in a year. Up to 10% of the weight of an old pillow is probably dead skin.

Keep your dust mite population down by airing your bedroom frequently. Low temperatures discourage breeding. Vacuum clean often to remove mite excrement and debris.


If you have children put their soft  toys in the freezer for 24 hours every now and then – the cold will kill dust mites.


If you have asthma or breathing difficulties, only vacuum with a ‘Hepa filtered’ vacuum cleaner and many people recommend keeping carpet instead of laying hardwood floors.  Carpets trap and hold allergens that you can vacuum up, but they do not settle on a hard floor and tend to stay in the air causing more stress to allergy sufferers.

I know this is not one of the more pleasant posts we have done, but as you have read about the ‘invasions’ in New York they do exist & can be a very unpleasant visitor!

Dishing the Dirt on Cleaning Secrets

Friday, October 15, 2010 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

If you are desperate over dirt and sad about stains that make you too ashamed to invite guests, friends, relatives and neighbours over to your home, this page will help put the sparkle back in to your life.


To make life a little easier, I’ll show you how a few cheap ingredients, some practical hints and how brushing up on your cleaning skills can make your home healthier as well as looking, feeling and smelling better!


Like most professionals, cleaners have their trade secrets that make the job easier. I picked up this inside information over the years while running my home cleaning company “Time For You”. Now, I want to come clean and share these tips that have taken me years to compile for free, so you can spend less time with the mop and duster and more time doing what you want with your precious time off.
I’ll dish the dirt on how to tackle stubborn spills, stains and scuffs throughout the house. Together, we’ll make your bathroom and kitchen spotless, your windows shine and your carpets plush.

Lastly, I will list my top stain busters for those horrible hard to shift horrors.

If you need any cleaning help or advice, feel free to give me a call or just comment here….

Best Regards,
Sean

Cleaning Supplies

Thursday, February 4, 2010 By: CleanMyHome
Category: House Cleaning

Its almost impossible to make a cleaning supplies list thats suitable for every home. Each home is different & we all have our own favourite cleaning products, so what I’ll do here is outline a basic list under a number of categories.

Dusting Supplies

The frequency you dust your home will depend on your decor, location, are there any allergy sufferers etc in your home. Hers is a good starting point:

  • Microfibre cloths & duster – these catch dust without it circulating ion the air, there are different types the washable ones are probably best as you can reuse them
  • Vacuum cleaner with the dusting attachment
  • Furniture Polish

Dustbins

Ideally have a bin in each room, ensure you use an appropriate bin liner. Also have dedicated recycling bin in your kitchen or utility room.

General Surface Cleaning

All our surfaces get dirty to varying degrees so we need to ensure we have a good all purpose cleaner handy to take care of those spills & grime.

  • All purpose cleaner
  • Kitchen paper
  • Gloves
  • Scrubbing sponges ‘greenies’ those are the sponges with the little green layer on one side

Special Surfaces

Most homes will have a surface or two that requires special attention, here its best to follow either the manufacturers or suppliers instructions.

  • Oven Cleaner – we like Oven Pride
  • Stone / Granite / Marble Cleaner check with your supplier
  • Leather cleanser
  • Laundry Stain Remover something like ‘Spot On’
  • Glass Cleaner
  • Bleach
  • Air Freshener

Floors

The floors are subjected to the most wear & tear in your home so again careful attention must be paid to keeping them in top condition. The best defence is to have a really good door mat at your external doors, something like a coir mat outside and inside we suggest a ‘Turtle Mat‘. They come in a range of attractive designs, are fully washable and really capture the dirt off your shoes.

Here you will need:

  • Broom & Dust Pan
  • Mop & bucket
  • Floor Polish

Cleaning Laminate Floors

Tuesday, January 19, 2010 By: Cleaner (admin)
Category: Cleaning Tips
cleaning your laminate floor

cleaning your laminate floor


Cleaning your laminate floor

Do you have laminate flooring in your home? If so you know that it is one of the most durable and one of the most easy types to take care of. Yes laminate is low maintenance, but you must still look after it in order to preserve its appearance for years to come.

Laminate flooring is a composite, designed to be hard wearing & scratch resistant, but care must be taken from grit on shoes, and certain cleaning materials which can cause damage to the protective layer. Firstly have a good floor mat at your entrances, one outside to clear the heavy dirt from shoes and another inside, also on tables and chairs place casters or the foam pads on legs, when moving furniture ensure that you have help and don’t drag furniture across the surface.

At some stage there is going to be a spill and the best way to prevent permanent staining on any surface is to clean up spills immediately. Try not to use a really wet mop, use a suitable laminate floor cleaning solution, you can buy these in your hardware store or a good supermarket. Have your floor cleaned weekly, making sure to let your floor dry thoroughly before walking on it. Vacuum the floor first to ensure that all loose dust & dirt is removed.

Following these easy care tips will help to ensure that your floors stay looking their best for years to come!

House Cleaning Tips

Wednesday, September 30, 2009 By: Cleaner (admin)

House cleaning can get tiresome. We can spend all day it cleaning, and then just start all over again tomorrow.

Well, I don’t know what I can do to make you like house cleaning, (but you can consider taking on a good South Dublin based home cleaning service? I can recommend a good one!) but I can give you some tips to help make your housework not only easier, but also teach you ways to make your hard work a little more efficient.

This should help free up some of your time to do some of the more pleasant things in life – and have more Time For You.

If your To Do list is just too long, you can always give Time For You (Home Cleaning) a call. We will gladly come in and take some of the hassle off your hands.

Home Cleaning Tips and Hints from the Professional House Cleaners

Make a house cleaning checklist; schedule when you will clean and then stick to it. The mess will only get worse the longer you put it off.
There is no rule that says your entire home needs to be cleaned each time. If you can’t bear to do it all at once, set your schedule and for example clean the living room on Wednesday, bathrooms on Tuesdays.
and deep clean the kitchen every Friday. You can also only do one floor at a time.

As part of your preparation of the schedule, try to identify the trouble spots in your house and purchase the most appropriate cleaning products you need to clean then up. Just using hot water and elbow grease will not do a very good cleaning job so get help, there is a wide variety of products from Big Name brands, own brands and and ever growing range of Eco cleaning solutions.

Dont take on all the cleaning work on your own – I sure there are others that contribute to the mess so enlist their help. If you have children give them some responsibility and allocate a task and then change that from week to week, if you children are older assign one to the kitchen and then the other to the bathroom or laundry or washing the floors & rotate the tasks. Don’t forget to take on the irregular jobs like cleaning under the sinks and cupboards or doing a really good job dusting all the surfaces such as picture frames, skirting boards and walls. Children often like to dust I think its got to do with the opportunity to spray the house liberally with a scented spray!

Have all your cleaning supplies togather and place them in a bucket this saves time going from room to room with special cleaners or tools. Professional cleaners like carry all the cleaning supplies in one bucket.

Recomended Cleaning Supplies

Your cleaning supplies bucket should contain the following;

Glass cleaner
Disinfectant
Detergent/Degreaser
Soap scum remover
Furniture polish
Hand scrubbers
Sponges & a variety of cloths, use different colours for kitchen & bathroom!!
Toothbrush for scrubbing small spots

Use the right cleaning product for the surface to clean, if you are unsure read the instructions! If you look at the cleaning contents of the list above we don’t carry a lot of fancy cleaning products. We use the right product for the job, and most every surface in the home can be cleaned with just those items.

Get good quality cleaning products that are effective to do the cleaning job well. This also does not mean that you have to spend a lot of money either, some of the best cleaning products are very inexpensive. Often we use a solution of vinegar and water to damp mop lino, wood and vinyl floors. It works really well and is most likely the lest expensive product for cleaning available (Other than plain water of course!).

Declutter!!

You really should get clutter free. This is a hard one. We all like stuff too, your rooms will feel kind of bare at first, but trust me, you’ll get used to it, (you’ll actually come to prefer it) and it makes cleaning up an absolute breeze!!

We have all seen houses that are cluttered, and nothing you do will make it really look clean. There were too many piles of stuff. So recycle the old magazines, and remove as much clutter as possible.