Work from top to bottom

Gravity still works when it comes to house cleaning!  Cleaning from top-to-bottom is working smarter, not harder! Wipe away ceiling cobwebs, wash the walls, window sills and windows before vacuuming the floor. The same goes for window cleaning, of which you can see our guide here.


You can save a lot of time and effort by multitasking during the cleaning process. For example, soaking dirty dishes in hot soapy water while cleaning kitchen counters. Apply product to bathroom tiles so they can do their thing on stubborn grout and move on to do another job. Our enzymatic cleaners work until there is no dirt or grime left so you can apply and they will keep working! Start by doing a load of laundry and then moving to the rest of the house.


Start cleaning by creating a plan, prioritising, and putting all your cleaning equipment together in a single, accessible place. If you have trouble starting because it feels overwhelming, give yourself a deadline.You can make a plan to clean an entire room before moving to the next room. This will give you a clear view of how much cleaning is done and how much is remaining. Or, give yourself a deadline, e.g. clean all the windows and then stop for the day. Little by little, it will get done and you will notice the difference!

Use the right tools for the job

Tools exist to make our job less strenuous. So, using the right cleaning tools and specific cleansers can make your cleaning job much easier and less time-consuming. There are a multitude of different tools and products that can be used to clean, and are marketed in a way that makes you feel like you need it. Our blog here outlines 5 essential cleaning supplies that will breeze you through most jobs. In the way of products, it is easy to make environmentally-friendly cleaners out of everyday household ingredients.

Have fun with it!

This is the most important tip for cleaning your house. Enjoy your cleaning time by setting your favourite upbeat playlist and singing along. Involve your kids in cleaning by making a game out of it. Maybe treat yourself afterwards. Before you know it, your house will be shining and you will have gained a sense of achievement!