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The easiest way to claim back your free time

By bristol247, Thursday Dec 15, 2016

Let’s be honest, cleaning is an endless chore which few of us enjoy, but it’s something that has to be done. Nobody enjoys living in a mess, unless that someone is twelve. 

Wouldn’t you rather be spending your time enjoying the finer things in life? That’s around three hours a week you could be spending with family and friends, going to the gym or catch up on that book you’ve never finished. But three hours is how long the average person spends cleaning their home each week. 

That’s where comes in, the UK’s leading platform for booking a local and trusted cleaner online, and they’ve just launched their service across Bristol. allows you to book a local and trusted cleaner online. With a seamless 60-second booking process, pricing starts from as little as £10 per hour, and all cleaners working through the platform have been professionally reference checked and have the legal right to live and work within the United Kingdom. 

Prior to booking, customers can view a cleaner’s profile where they can see ratings and reviews left by existing customers and have access to a dedicated customer support team. 

What’s more, they’re offering all of our readers £10 off their first clean, when booking a weekly or fortnightly clean. All you need to do is click on the link below, enter your postcode as well as the time and date of your clean and they’ll match you with a local cleaner. And don’t forget to enter the voucher code on the checkout page!

£10 off your first clean: USE CODE: 10B247 and click here.

They’ve even shared some great tips with us, like how to get rid of coffee or red wine stains. Read the brilliant piece at:, giving people back their free time, one clean at a time.

Note: Weekly and fortnightly bookings are subject to a three months’ minimum commitment, commencing on the date of your first booking with and concluding 90 days from that date. Further information can be found here.  

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