Go Clean or Go Green: MOLLY MAID Supplies Checklist

Now’s a great time to stock up on the cleaning supplies you’ll need for your cleaning chores. Remember, Easter is just around the corner and so is the annual Spring Clean!

Use the lists below to be most effective in cleaning your home(and don’t forget that if you’re running out of time, you can always call in […]

March 27th, 2013|Cleaning Tips, Green Housekeeping|

Make it Green – 5 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

The 17th of March is St. Patrick’s Day and what better way to celebrate than by going green when you clean the house. The cleaning experts at MOLLY MAID provide these tips:

Wash the majority of your laundry in cool water (bed sheets should always be washed in hot water).There are many laundry detergents now available that have […]

March 13th, 2013|Cleaning Tips, Green Housekeeping, Organization Tips|

Home & Garden: Canvas Bags to the Rescue

Do you stuff your plastic shopping bags under your sink or in one of your kitchen drawers? Using plastic bags can be harmful to the environment and they can clutter up your home. The expert home cleaners at MOLLY MAID recommend using a canvas bag instead. Here are four reasons why:

A canvas bag lasts a […]

March 6th, 2013|Cleaning Tips, Green Housekeeping, Organization Tips|

Reuse: MOLLY MAID Shares 3 Simple Ways

There is never a shortage of great ways to recycle common household items! And, who better than the expert house cleaners at MOLLY MAID to introduce ideas that work! Here are three ways to recycle:

Vacuum with Wrapping Paper Tubes

Do you still have some of those extra long cardboard wrapping paper tubes left over from Christmas?  […]

January 9th, 2013|Cleaning Tips, Green Housekeeping, Organization Tips|

MOLLY MAID Experts Use the ‘4 Ns’ When Grocery Shopping

Next time you head to the supermarket, keep the 4 N’s in mind to ensure you’re buying the healthiest food for your family that you can. The green cleaning experts at MOLLY MAID have identified these ‘clean living’ strategies.

1) Natural: Nutrition experts recommend that you eat as much unprocessed food as possible (so lots of fresh vegetables […]

October 24th, 2012|Family, Green Housekeeping|

How to Clean the Dishwasher? Just Use Vinegar

Most households put the dishwasher to good use but often a film builds up on the inside. Part of your autumn clean in the kitchen should include giving the dishwasher a good clean, and there’s an easy way to get rid of the film. Here’s how:

Fill the dishwasher with dirty dishes.
Place a bowl with 2 […]

September 26th, 2012|Cleaning Tips, Green Housekeeping|

More Household Tips and Tricks from the Cleaning Service Experts at MOLLY MAID

When it comes to solving house-related problems, necessity can be the mother of invention! But the expert house cleaners at MOLLY MAID are also great at providing good ideas and short-cuts. Here are three.

Go green and organise plastic bags: Reuse a wet wipes container to store plastic bags.
Pack shoes: Pack shoes in your luggage without […]

May 23rd, 2012|Cleaning Tips, Family, Green Housekeeping, Organization Tips|

Throw Away Your Kitchen Sponge – Another cleaning tip to get rid of germs

Did you know that the highest concentration of bacteria in most homes is found in and around the kitchen sink?

Bacteria love dampness and – as mentioned in our previous post Stop Spreading Germs in the Kitchen- bacteria require moisture to reproduce and survive… and in the kitchen, the sponge at the sink is often a […]

April 19th, 2012|Cleaning Tips, Family, Green Housekeeping|

Spring Clean your Community to Celebrate Earth Day – MOLLY MAID shows you how to work together for a healthy green environment

Spring cleaning is not just suited for your home anymore – you can spring clean your community too!  Is there a popular communal park in the area in which you live  that is often littered with rubbish? Wouldn’t you like to see it cleaned up?  In honour of Earth Day, why not organise a community cleanup? […]

April 16th, 2012|Family, Green Housekeeping, MOLLY MAID in the Community|

Stop Spreading Germs in the Kitchen – MOLLY MAID Explains How

Do you ever use your tea towel as a hand towel as well?

It’s actually not a good idea, because germs are often spread between the two towels. Remember, bacteria require moisture to multiply and survive. When you are drying your hands on a towel and then using that same damp towel to dry dishes… well, […]

April 12th, 2012|Cleaning Tips, Family, Green Housekeeping|