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We are from Europe, from a beautiful little country called Estonia .

We were raised with strict principals and beliefs. Hard work and quality have always been honored,-these are also the main keywords in our business.

The Secret to Deep Cleaning

Article in New York Times. By Tim McKeough If you’ve been cooped up at home for a couple of months, it’s time to clean house — and not in a superficial way. Here’s how the pros do it. There’s no way around it: When you rarely leave home, things get dirty faster. Windows are left open…

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NYC Hotel Bucket List

Some of you may already know it but a few years back I ended up leaving the beautiful NYC and moved to the mountains of Colorado. Now I’m running Wizard of Homes from the quiet forest at altitude of 9400ft. While Colorado is lovely, I still adore NYC and come back there every 2-3 months…

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How to Clean Your Microwave, Because You’re *That* Bored

Article in Cosmopolitan, by Kara Cuzzone. It’s official: After who’s-even-counting-anymore days in quarantine, legit nothing excites me anymore. Baking five loaves of banana bread? Been there. Tie-dying every loungewear set I own? Done that. Watching more hours of Netflix than I previously thought was humanly possible? You don’t even wanna know how many times Netflix has asked me…

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Spring Clean checklist

ROOM BY ROOM, HERE’S WHAT THE EXPERTS WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT GIVING YOUR SPACE A REFRESH.By JEN ANDERSONAPRIL 6, 2020 Article in BestLife As many of us are spending more and more time at home, the tradition of spring cleaning is taking on a new meaning. The seasons are changing, the weather has warmed up, the energy…

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Steam Clean and disinfect your home after the virus $100/hr Your Wizard comes in wearing protective gear and starts out by spraying your home’s/office’s high-touch surfaces with 70% alcohol. We let that dry out on it’s own to give it time to be more effective. Next he/she vacuums and steam cleans every possible surface in…


Help healthcare workers

As New York is sheltering in place either in their Manhattan homes or country homes out of the city, healthcare workers are out there, working long hours and only coming home to crash in bed before heading out again after a few hours of rest. Nurse’s life is more exhausting now than ever. I hope…

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How to keep pet hair out of your laundry and remove it from your washing machine

Article in Martha Stewart Living by Caroline Biggs Let’s face it: No matter how much we brush, groom, and love our furry family members, they have a tendency to shed all over our stuff. To make matters worse, pet hair naturally clings to clothing—making it difficult to remove. “Pet hair often embeds or entangles itself with the…

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The new reality

Not a lot of people can say that they saw this coming. We did not. We were not prepared to shut down, sit home with no pay or work. We do not know how to sit tight and wait for things to get better. Luckily, we’re still allowed to keep cleaning, as long as there…

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