Our Team

Name: Louise Grobbelaar
Position: Professional Cleaner
Areas of expertise: Residential
Years of experience: 6 years professionally, as well as cleaning my own home for 30 years.
What do you bring to the team?
Trustworthiness, reliability, honesty, always on time and the ability to always do the best job for the client.
Why did you choose this field of work?
It’s what I do well, and I enjoy making people’s lives easier by offering a clean and bacteria-free environment.

Name: Marta Birch
Position: Cleaner
Areas of expertise: I' m equally happy doing residential and commercial work, but generally the dirtier the better ─ I love a challenge.
Years of experience: A lifetime
What do you bring to the team ?
Flexibility ─ I try to accommodate every one as best I can.
What did you choose this field of work?
I never enjoyed being cooped up in an office. You're out and about in this line of work, and I never get bored. When a job is completed, you can step back and take a look and think "Wow, I did that." Instant gratification ─ better than chocolate. And the knowledge that someone is going to walk through the door and feel grateful about it ─ who wouldn't like coming home to a house where the cleaning faeries had been?

Name: Jackie Baker
Position: Professional House Cleaner
Years of Experience: 10 years
Past experience:
Mc Donalds
14 Years
Management
Areas of expertise :
Kitchen
Bathrooms
Diplomas and accreditations:
Grade 12
What do you bring to the team?
Very good communication skills, friendliness and honesty
Why did you choose this field of work?
I love cleaning. I love to know that when I clean a home, it is one less thing for my client to worry about in their busy lives.
Cleaning tip:
Use lemon oil on stainless steel appliances, then dry with a dust-free cloth and wipe with the grain. If there are finger prints, wipe with a little multi-purpose prior to lemon oil.

  • 1. For smelly drains, add 2 tablespoons of baking soda and 1 cup of white vinegar. As soon as it starts to froth, add a kettle of boiling water. Works wonders to clean out the gunk, and can be done every six months to prevent build-ups.
  • 2.Clean under the rubber stoppers in the carburetor with a long scrubbing brush. There is always a lot of bacteria that gets caught there, which could contaminate the sink.
  • 3. Use cotton swabs for cleaning shower door tracks and hard to reach little spaces, as that is where the bacteria collects, which will become mould because of the dampness.
  • 4.For a microwave oven that has hardened food splashed inside, take a cup of water and heat for 2 minutes; it will just wipe clean. Some lemon in the water will add a refreshing smell.