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how much does your cleaner charge per hour?

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queenofpuddings Fri 21-Jun-13 23:02:27

my husband does all the housework in our house and does a brilliant job, I have often joked he should become a cleaner.

we are now thinking seriously about it and wondered how much cleaners charge so just wanted to get an idea.

so for all those who have cleaners it would be great to get feedback

chocolatemartini Fri 10-Oct-14 18:14:37

£12 ph London. Brings her own cloths but uses our products

Truelymadlysleepy Fri 10-Oct-14 18:00:33

£10 per hour, SW. Worth every penny.

wickedfairy Fri 10-Oct-14 16:13:13

£10 ph - North West

mumiron Fri 10-Oct-14 14:44:32

Are you still happy with your cleaner from ages ago? Am desperately looking for one.Just need some kind of recommendation.

Locketjuice Sat 29-Jun-13 05:03:35

12.50-15 ph

Its my aunty,the clients she has all have £1million+ houses so presume that has something to do with her wage although she says she won't work for less smile


Iheartcustardcreams Sat 29-Jun-13 04:59:40

£10.50 per hour but use own cleaning products. Surrey

Hobblethwaite Fri 28-Jun-13 20:32:17

£8 per hour

Tyne and Wear. Bargainous!

frustratedashell Fri 28-Jun-13 20:00:35

I am a cleaner in Sussex. I charge £10 an hour.

HappyAsEyeAm Thu 27-Jun-13 21:53:03

£10/hour, outside London but within the M25

JohnBradley Tue 25-Jun-13 18:56:31

10 quid/h - with their own equipment and cleaning detergents.

DerbyNottsLeicsNightNanny Sun 23-Jun-13 22:08:05

£10ph in East Midlands, brings own vacuum, mop & all cleaning products. Used to pay £7ph when first started having cleaner approx 5 yrs ago. We have a 2-hourly fortnightly session but I'd love weekly and/or a longer session (so I have to do less!)grin

loveliesbleeding1 Sun 23-Jun-13 22:02:39

£45 whole house 2 cleaners own cleaning things mums house not mine (I wish)3 bedrooms bucks

jacksgrannie Sat 22-Jun-13 09:11:30

£8ph Gloucestershire (but about to increase to £9 as she is so good and want to keep her). Brings own dusters but not cleaning materials.

AntoinetteCosway Sat 22-Jun-13 09:05:01

£7.50, York.

TheSmallPrint Sat 22-Jun-13 08:29:54

£10 in Bucks.

scarlettsmummy2 Sat 22-Jun-13 08:24:22

£8.50, Edinburgh

Areyoumadorisitme Sat 22-Jun-13 08:23:28

£8ph east anglia.

Agencies charge a fair bit more here.

WhereMyMilk Fri 21-Jun-13 23:35:51

£9 an hour west mids

ggirl Fri 21-Jun-13 23:24:44

she's brilliant and worth every penny...has taken me ages to find a good cleaner

Theyoniwayisnorthwards Fri 21-Jun-13 23:23:19

£9 an hour, minimum 3 hours.

SeeBoobies Fri 21-Jun-13 23:20:03

£8 an hour AND brings own cleaning products, hoover and mop. Bargain!

strawberrie Fri 21-Jun-13 23:19:59

I pay £10 ph, my cleaner does a minimum of 3 hours per job.

lucidlady Fri 21-Jun-13 23:18:19

£12 an hour - central London

FlatCapAndAWhippet Fri 21-Jun-13 23:18:08

Cleaners are hard to find around here, Peak District,they're all fully loaded with work. They charge between £10 and £12 per hour. Cleaning agency charges £15 per hour and is advertising for more staff due to an icrease in customers.

DonutForMyself Fri 21-Jun-13 23:08:46

Sorry forgot to say, midlands-ish.

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