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How do I go about finding a cleaner?

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JellyCurls Mon 28-Sep-15 14:34:25

We are drowning in an uncleaned house and can see no way out. Both DH and I work and we have 3 kids, one with SN so there are very few spare hours in the day.

So to stop my poor bathroom packing up and leaving I think we need a cleaner. Where do I start looking? Nobody I know has a cleaner so I can't get a local recommendation. Also how much does a cleaner cost for a couple of hour a week?

acazc Mon 28-Sep-15 14:38:18

I wholeheartedly recommend it. We pay £9 an hour and have two hours per week. I found mine through posting on my town's Facebook page. Good luck!

HeadDreamer Mon 28-Sep-15 14:43:00

Price must depend on location isn't it? Mine is £12.50 an hour.

acazc Mon 28-Sep-15 20:14:33

Yes - I'm in North Bucks.

biscuitkumquat Mon 28-Sep-15 20:20:25

If you & DH both work, and your happy with the cleaning at your workplace, could you find out who does the cleaning & ask them if they do domestic cleaning?

thenewbroom Tue 29-Sep-15 21:18:36

Ad in newsagent. Gumtree. Ask about.

Fionacake26 Wed 30-Sep-15 11:06:32

I would recommend Cleaning Time. They have an offer at the moment, every 4th clean is free of charge. I had lots of other cleaners before them and they are the best. I leave in Glasgow.

Fionacake26 Wed 30-Sep-15 11:08:36

Forgot to say. ..the website for the company is

JellyCurls Wed 30-Sep-15 20:59:41

Thanks folks. Been having a look about now and I am now fully on the case.

Cleaners at my work are hopeless and work is dirtier than my house I think so won't be asking them.

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