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Whilst curling up on the sofa and eating chocolate ice cream in front of the TV is the ideal evening, following a hard day’s work, dripping melted ice cream onto the fabric can ruin the moment unless you are experienced House Cleaners London.  If this disaster does occur, it is very important that you act as quickly as possible.

The good news is that you do not need those expensive cleaning products that House Cleaners London often put to use in their cleaning services.

Follow these simple house cleaning tips and you will remove the stain in no time, so you can enjoy what is left of your free evening at home.  In order to complete the task, you will require the following:

  • Sparkling water
  • Washing up liquid
  • Kitchen cloth
  • Paper towels

Try to absorb as much of the ice cream as possible with a paper towel, then soak a fresh kitchen cloth in the sparkling water and blot the remaining stain.   The bubbles within the carbonated water should work against the chocolate residue, lifting it out of the fibres.

Now create a cleaning solution using one tablespoon of washing up liquid and two cups of cold water.  Dip a fresh kitchen cloth or sponge into the soapy water and dab at the stain until it is completely removed.

Some cleaning agencies have professionals specifically trained to clean your furniture by using powerful steam cleaning machines.  However, if you just want a little relief from all manner of household chores you could hire House Cleaners London to visit on a regular basis.

If you need House Cleaners London to come and make your house completely spotless at a reasonable price then call us on 020 8884 9144 and we will provide a tailored cleaning service that meets all your needs.

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