We offer a comprehensive and professional cleaning service for both domestic
and commercial purposes in and around Worcestershire.
The ‘new home’ feeling doesn't mean that you have to move house. By choosing Spa Regency Cleaning, you can have your home transformed and given the breath of new life that is needed. Our cleaning services will give your living space that ‘just moved in’ feeling again and again. Would you like more time to enjoy living your life rather than spending it cleaning? Keep your free time... FREE!
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We operate in Worcestershire and offer a range of cleaning services for the following:
- Homes of all sizes
- Commercial buildings
- Small business offices and additional blocks
- Soon to be expanding to the larger commercial offices
- Letting agency and landlord facilities
Our comprehensive list of cleaning services include, but aren't limited to:
- Regular domestic or commercial cleaning
- One-off deep cleaning & spring cleaning
- End of tenancy cleaning
- Office cleaning
- Builders clean
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Soften splatters inside the microwave by filling a cup with water and microwave on high for a few minutes. The steam will loosen any baked on food so you can easily wipe it clean.
Allow burner rings from the hob to soak in a sink full of hot, soapy water. This will loosen the dirt and make them easier to clean.
Spray oven racks in a plastic rubbish bag for easier cleaning.
Dishcloths and sponges can be incubators for germs. Regularly put dishcloths in the washing machine, and microwave damp sponges on high for several minutes to kill bacteria.
Use a toothbrush to clean hard-to-reach areas around soap holders, taps and drains.
Add a fabric softener sheet to bins to avoid odours.
Foggy mirrors can be restored by rubbing a small amount of glycerin onto the surface.
Use a small window squeegee used on tiled walls after each shower will slow the formation of water spots.
To unclog lime scale from showerheads, remove and soak the head in boiling water and vinegar.
It will be much easier and less time consuming to clean the bathroom if it is done on a regular basis as this will prevent the build-up of mildew and soap scum.
When cleaning windows, wipe one side of the glass horizontally and the other side vertically. This way, when polishing out streaks, it will be easy to determine which side they are on.
Sweep or vacuum floors first to collect crumbs and dirt before damp mopping. Start washing the floor in the farthest corner of the room and work your way towards the door.
Use a cloth on the end of a mop handle to reach the narrow space between appliances.
A plastic hairbrush will straighten the fringe on carpets. Comb the carpet fringe away from the centre of the carpet.
Vacuum or sweep the bathroom floor to collect any loose hair, dust and dirt prior to washing it. Remove mats, bins and any other items on the floor that may get in the way.
Ensure the correct vacuum attachment is used for the floor surface you are cleaning.
To reduce the risk of accidents, place anti-slip backing under rugs.
Place a mat inside and outside each entrance to your home to reduce the dirt brought in on shoes and boots.
Protect your floors and furniture by preventing surface damage. Never set wet cloths, bottles, buckets, or damp mops on furniture, hardwood floors, carpet or marble.
Look underneath the furniture before vacuuming to avoid picking up small items such as jewellery or coins.
A damp cloth, rubber window squeegee or rubber glove will help remove pet hair from upholstery.
A dry, clean microfibre cloth will polish chrome to an eye-catching gleam.
To remove fingerprints from stainless steel appliances and surfaces, add a small amount of baby oil to a clean, soft microfibre cloth and wipe.