Duties to Delegate to Your Housekeeper

GSR Cleaning Services Melbourne is a one-stop shop for all your cleaning needs. We cater to professional couples, new mothers and just about anyone in need of an excellent residential cleaning service. Our best bet is a professional housekeeper; do you which duties to delegate your housekeeper?

We feel the weight of the pressure that cleaning a house places on you- it is hard trying to be successful in the house and still excel at work- and even more stressful when you are a new mother. Our professional housekeepers offer the best solution.

How Do You Know You Made the Right Choice with GSR Cleaning Services?

Our housekeepers are well-trained and compensated and offer the best in class cleaning services. Not to toot our horns, but every client who has worked with a different cleaning swears that our services are excellent.

Our housekeepers will stay with you for as long as you wish and you with light duties in the house. They won’t clean your kitchen, scrub your toilet and make your appliances shine, but they’ll ensure that you come back home to a hearty meal, sleep in clean bed sheets and ensure your furniture is dusted.

Duties Our Housekeepers Will Handle

A cleaner is different from a housekeeper. A cleaning will always deep clean your house and probably stay with you for a few hours.

A housekeeper is different since you can stay with him or her for as long as you please. However, you need to know that the housekeeper can’t handle tasks that cleaners do since they are trained to only do light tasks such as:

Light cleaning, dusting, sweeping, mopping: it is a housekeeper’s duties to ensure that your home or commercial building remains clean. They can dust, sweep, mop and vacuum your surfaces to ensure that they remove debris and stray hair from your floors.

Washing and drying dishes: Since you’ll be hiring a housekeeper to help your family, the housekeeper should ensure that the dishes are washed and dried.

Washing, folding and ironing clothes: Your housekeeper will help you wash, fold and iron your clothes, when you hire from us, be rest assured that you will have clean clothes to wear when you step out of the house.

Changing bed linens and making beds: make your bed before going to work or leave it as it is, your housekeeper will be there to ensure that it’s looking neat before your next plunge to slumber land.

Separating and removing garbage and recycling: the housekeeper will help you take out your trash and sometimes even help with recycling.

Restocking personal care products, toilet paper: do you want to replenish your stock but have no time? Well, trust in your housekeeper that this will be done.

Picking up toys and/or clutter and other general organizing: your housekeeper can help you keep your home organized by ensuring that your kids’ toys and any other thing are put in their right place.

Running errands for the family: When you need some shopping done and you can’t handle yourself, you can call in your housekeeper and have him or her handle it. Your housekeeper can handle your to do list too.

Preparing meals: Tired of eating out or ordering pizza for dinner every day? Our housekeepers are trained to prepare different dishes that the whole family can enjoy together.

You don’t have to restrict your requests to the mentioned tasks. Whenever you want, you can have your housekeeper perform light duties as requested or simply ask us so you know which duties to delegate to your housekeeper.

Contact us today to enjoy the services of our housekeepers and bring back sanity to your work, new baby, and your home.

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How to reduce toxins from cleaners in the household

How to reduce toxins from cleaners in the household.

Every day were exposed to a wide variety of toxins in our regular lives. Everything has a varying level of toxicity to it and that level of toxicity can be determined in a number of ways.

So if you’re interested in keeping a home clean, but also want to keep it safe for your family is well worth learning just a little bit about how to reduce these toxins.

So what can you do to reduce your exposure?

There’s a lot that you can do at all starts with a reading labels carefully. A lot of products these days do safe they are non-toxic, it’s best to assume that if it doesn’t say that it’s non-toxic then there is a level of toxicity that is worth avoiding.

Avoid using indoor pesticides, there may be some cases we have no choice but in general this is something that you should avoid because quite clearly indoor pesticides are toxic.

You can use natural alternatives. Borax is a great cleaner and can be used when mixed with a bit of lemon juice to take stains out of toilet bowls. White vinegar is also great for disinfecting bathrooms and kitchens.  Bon Ami is a Borax based Power cleaner that’s been sold in supermarkets for over 50 years and is a safe and effective way to clean pots, pans, sinks, ovens and more.

By making these minor changes you can significantly reduce the total amount of toxin in your house that your family is exposed to.

Using cleaners in this way can also help the environment because they are generally made by companies that work harder to ensure that their products are environmentally friendly.

So why do people not do this already?

Unfortunately the truth is, a lot of people simply don’t check the labels. It’s not really a case of a problem with the quality of the products, it is most commonly simply that people don’t look. When you’re reading the ingredients make sure that you there isn’t any irritating chemicals such as chlorine, ammonia or artificial fragrances and dies. Simply saying natural somewhere on the box doesn’t cover it, you have to read the ingredients to be sure.

 

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