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Some celebrities are known for the roles they played in movies or for the songs they sang on the stage but some others are famous because of their cleaning… er, passion.

Celebrity cleaning

Pictures of celebrities – actors, singers and other performers – cleaning their houses and gardens don’t appear often on the front pages of newspapers and magazines. Because of that, it may be hard to believe that some the famous personas are actually keen on cleaning. Some of them go even further and are crazy about cleaning and personal hygiene. Their houses would for sure pass the white glove test.

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People look for savings in all parts of their budget and cleaning is no exception. With these helpful tips it will become easier to make smaller and bigger savings.

Customers in the UK spend £1 billion a year on cleaning products. With a big family and a big house you are always looking for savings. Even if you live alone and your space for cleaning is not that big you will want to spend as little money as possible. Here are some simple solutions that you have not probably thought about that will help you save here and there.

Cleaning the house with a hoover

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Whether you spoiled your clothes with coffee or pen ink there is a way to save your precious garment and look good for the rest of the day.

In the morning, you chose your outfit carefully as you wanted to look spotless at that interview later in the day or during an important meeting with your boss. You kept the clothes clean throughout the morning but then you started eating your lunch. Even though you were really careful… juice, ink, ketchup, chocolate or anything else – you name it, spoiled your clothes.

Man knocking glass of wine over

Don’t panic and don’t worry! Almost every stain can be cleaned – it only needs a relevant treatment. Here is an emergency guide how to clean the worst ones and still look good at the meeting.

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As much as you cannot wait for the days to get longer and warmer, your house cannot wait to get a spring clean.

The smell of freshly mowed grass, warmer and longer days, birds singing and tress blooming are some of signs that reminds us that the nature and the world around is waking up to spring. We like that, we look forward to it and we even try to speed up the whole process by ditching winter clothes away and wearing lighter shoes and jackets.

Spring Clean

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Parties at home are lots of fun but remember to include cleaning in your exciting plans. Don’t get scared but get ready and plan ahead.

When you party at home you invite only those you genuinely like, you don’t have to pay a lot of money for drinks and food or for a cab to get back home. All is fantastic but… cleaning. Someone has always has dropped that greasy sausage on your sofa or spoiled red wine on the beige carpet. But this is all manageable and even the worst stains can be removed.

House Party

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Introducing good habits into home budget management can really help

We all know very well that spending money is easier that saving. Moreover, when we spend, whether in cash or by card, we rarely keep track of how much, where and why we spent. Later we realise that we haven’t made any savings that particular month or that we went over the limit on the credit card.

A home budget calculation

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Opposite to what you think some days in the morning there are many things to wear in your wardrobe.

Do you remember a day when you woke up in the morning, stood in front of your wardrobe and suddenly got a panic attack, because you had ‘nothing’ to wear? Was it a month ago or only yesterday morning when you were rushing off to an important meeting? Everybody has experienced such a day at least once in their life.
Sometimes it happens that nothing in your wardrobe, even the dress or trousers you bought a week before, seems to be convincing enough to wear. It doesn’t matter whether you have only a few items or hundreds of them, there is always a reason to say ‘no’ to every single piece of clothing.

Woman having wardrobe crisis

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