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  • Holi Cleaning Tips

    26-02-2018

      Gunjiya and gulal are staples of Holi. We celebrate with loved ones by putting colour on each other and dancing to the tune of music. With the festivities of Holi, comes the trouble of getting rid of colour. It’s inevitable to keep the colour out of your living spaces, if nothing else you end up turning a door knob and leave handprints around the house. We understand the mess and especially your need to get your home cleaned up. Here are 5 tips to help you clean your home after Holi. 1. Flooring. If any dry gulal falls on the floor, simply get your dust free grass broom and sweep it up in a dustp Read More

  • Pre and post Holi clean up guide

    19-02-2018

      Lots and lots of colours. The fun and cheer of Holi sure leaves its mark. It’s inevitable not to get carried away when throwing colour balloons and gulal on friends and family. You only have to relive the many colours of Holi every time you look into a mirror for a couple of days or weeks, depending how much fun you had. For those who have to return to work on Tuesday, it’s a race against time to scrub away as much colour as possible. Here are a few tips that could come in handy. Pre-Holi (Night before or morning of Holi) 1. Moisturise with an oil or petroleum base cream/lotion like Vaselin Read More

  • A Men's Guide to Valentine's Cleaning

    12-02-2018

      With Valentine’s Day only a fortnight away, it’s time for the men to suit up in your superman cleaning suits and prepare to dazzle your better halves. All you have to do is follow 5 steps to sweep your beloved off her feet. 1. Lights and glasses. Grab a piece of clean dry kitchen sponge and wipe all the tube lights, bulbs and light sources. Next, grab a short wiper and soap solution to clean those windows to let light into your house. Remember to clean both the inside and outside of the windows and glasses. While you’re at it, also wipe clean any mirrors in the house. You’ll be s Read More


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