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Cleaning tips from Housekeep new joiners: 001

To join the Housekeep platform you need to be an experienced, 5-star domestic cleaner. When we meet new Housekeepers we want to learn about their style of cleaning, and understand the methods that they use to achieve that perfect finish.

We've started collecting some tips of the trade from joining Housekeepers to share with others on ...

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Housekeeper of the Week: Dana

Housekeeper of the Week: Dana

We're happy to announce this week's Housekeeper of the week as Dana :)

Dana cleans throughout West London, in the boroughs of Ealing and Hammersmith & Fulham. Dana leaves homes clean across the Northfields (W13), Acton (W3) and Ealing Common (W5) areas, collecting 5-stars and fabulous customer reviews as she goes!

Dana's customers always tell us ...

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Housekeeper of the Week: Valentina

Housekeeper of the Week: Valentina

This week’s Housekeeper of the Week goes to….VALENTINA. Well done Valentina for completing yet another A-M-A-Z-I-N-G week working on the Housekeep platform.

Valentina has been working across South West London for a few months now, collecting 5-star cleans almost everywhere she goes! Whether cleaning in Richmond (SW13), Putney (SW15) or Hounslow (SW14), Valentina delivers ...

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Cleanliness: a genuine rift in many relationships

If you research the relationship between marriage and domestic chores you find a shocking correlation: nearly one third of failed relationships cite frequent disagreements around domestic tasks as a reason for their breakdown.

Many of these couples informed researchers that they didn’t often disclose the reasons for their failed relationships, feeling that it was a ...

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Housekeeper of the Week: Yordanka

Housekeeper of the Week: Yordanka

Congratulations to this week’s Housekeeper of the week: the fabulous Yordanka!

Yordanka’s regular customers live in the boroughs of Westminster and Camden. She often cleans homes in the Euston (NW1), St. John’s Wood (NW8) and Mayfair (W1J) areas.

Yordanka is one of the most consistent and highly-rated Housekeepers on the platform. Her 4.9-star average ...

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Housekeep shortlisted for 'Small Business of the Year'

The Housekeep team are thrilled to announce that we've been shortlisted for 'Small Business of the Year' at the British Small Business Awards 2018!

2018's ceremony will be the third year of the British Small Business Awards, and will be held at the Royal Lancaster in London on October 31 of this year. If you're heading down ...

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Housekeep cleaning hacks: the 10 easiest places to forget to clean

 

When it comes to cleaning, most of us assume that we have a pretty good idea of the tasks we need to be doing. In most homes though there are a whole host of neglected chores, many of which could have detrimental impact on the overall cleanliness and hygiene of the house. In fact ...

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Houeskeeper of the Week: Alexandra

Houeskeeper of the Week: Alexandra

This week’s Housekeeper of the week goes to the very deserving Alexandra - congratulations Alexandra, you’ve completed another fantastic week on the platform, delivering great service every day!

Alexandra cleans homes in North East London, visiting Waltham Forest (E4, E5), Hackney (E8) and Leyton (E10) on a regular basis.

Alexandra maintains a polite and professional persona ...

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Housekeeper of the week: Gabriela

Housekeeper of the week: Gabriela

This week’s Housekeeper of the week goes to a Gabriela: a reliable and highly rated Housekeeper who works in West London. Covering the boroughs of Barnet, Brent and Harrow, Gabriela has regular customers in Edgware (HA8), Kenton (HA3) and Willesden (NW10).

Gabriela receives fantastic reviews, with a clean sweep of 5-star ratings in her time ...

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Housekeep life hack: how to maximise your free time

Life is busy, especially for Londoners, and the overload of city life can leave us feeling exhausted at the end of a day. We shouldn't be surprised really, in a world where it’s not uncommon for people to work 50, 60 or even 70 hour weeks.

Sometimes you just need a break. But when – ...

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