Archive for the ‘Domestic Cleaner Wirral’ Category

A Wirral Cleaner With The Personal Touch

21st August, 2010. Written by professional writer John Meadowcroft


As a friendly Wirral cleaner, The Daily Maid often comes across many requests that people wouldn’t necessarily make to a larger organisation. That’s the advantage of being family-owned cleaners on the Wirral. We’re friendly and personable, with over fifteen years’ experience of cleaning out nooks and crannies across the peninsula.


Alongside these qualities is a real ambition to make The Daily Maid the best cleaning agency across the Wirral peninsula. We believe in hard work and aren’t afraid of it – you don’t exist for fifteen years without going the extra mile and incorporating a splash of elbow grease into every project you undertake.


We do it with a smile, too. On a personal level, this is our dream. Everyone who represents The Daily Maid has their own special, unique quality that lingers in our clients’ minds longer than the smell of Pledge polish and Dettol!


Our clients are dearly important to us and we thoroughly enjoy working alongside them as we make their homes as pristine and as immaculate as possible. We know from experience just how cluttered and messy a family home can be – we have a large brood ourselves. So we use all of our personal and professional experience to spot areas that other cleaning firms may not consider tackling when cleaning a residence.


Trust, personality and incredible attention to detail are just a few of our key selling points as a Wirral cleaner. We hope you’ll get in touch to give our services a try.

Wirral Domestic Cleaning Company talks Cleaning Tips

21st April, 2010


As one of the leading wirral domestic cleaning companies the Daily Maid frequently get asked for cleaning tips on curing all sort of common (sometime not so common) spills and stains. For example a recent question from one of our longest standing customers was…


“I spilt candle wax on to my table cloth one evening and only realised the following morning that the wax had set and now seemed glued to the tablecloth. How do I get it off?


Well the answer to this one can be applied to a tablecloth or a carpet as well.

What you will need is a knife, a hot iron and some blotting paper. Scrape as much as the wax off as possible using a blunt knife or scissors first. Then place the blotting paper on top of the hardened wax. Then firmly place the hot iron on top of the blotting paper.


As the wax starts to melt move the blotting paper around gently and the watch as the softened wax gets absorbed in to the paper. Carry on until all has been removed, but be careful not to scorch the fabric.


As wirral domestic cleaners the Daily Maid team are on hand to answer your cleaning questions, and are always interested to hear if your own secret cleaning tips have worked too.