Well done Brisbane, it’s good to see everyone staying home and keeping their distance. Our team are also following all the rules to ensure our rubbish removal service remains safe and sanitary.
If the jobs we’ve had this week are anything to go by, we’re guessing Marie Kondo has made a very quick comeback around Brisbane. Perhaps it’s the cooler weather or maybe it’s because half of Brisbane is staying home and suddenly all the annoying things like sorting out cupboards, rooms of junk and storage boxes are begging for attention. Continue reading
So… the new year has happened and we’ve heard some of you have been binge-watching the Marie Kondo series on Netflix?! For those of you who don’t know who Marie Kondo is (really?) you are in for a delightful surprise. The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up has become an essential book for minimalists and a global movement. Marie Kondo herself is the cutest, sweetest most respectful little lady to kick your butt into gear. She will have you in a tidying up frenzy and well on the path to minimalism in a matter of weeks. You won’t be surpriused to know that removing rubbish as the result of a clearout is one of our common jobs.
Marie believes we should only hold on to the things that truly bring us joy. For those items that don’t make the cut, we should apparently thank them and let them go. Which as you can imagine has prompted some fabulous memes. Continue reading
If your car no longer fits inside your garage and your access door to your home is no longer accessible, it’s time for a serious garage de-clutter! Spring is the ideal season for outdoor projects. It’s also the best time to prepare for the Brisbane storm season.
If you’re planning to place your home on the market, then cleaning out the garage is of course a necessity. You need to get rid of the rubbish to reduce the number of boxes you must pack and move! Rubbish removal will also make your home more inviting to potential buyers. The seven steps below will help you achieve garage de-clutter perfection that lasts! Continue reading
If you’ve avoided buying whitegoods that connect to the Internet for fear of them downloading music and buying stuff on eBay, I have some bad news. From the moment you plugged in your fridge, freezer, washing machine, dryer, oven or dishwasher, it’s been communicating with your other whitegoods. But they’re not talking about the latest album they downloaded, or the eBay item they just put a bid on. Instead, they’re working out the most inconvenient time to break down. And it’s a fine line. If they break down too early, they’ll probably be repaired under warranty. And if they leave it too late, they may be replaced before they have the chance to destroy your clothes and spoil your food.
Your fridge and freezer will probably go first, because they know how much you love food. Right now you might not think it’s such a bad thing. Your house feels pretty much like a freezer anyway, so you could just leave everything out on the kitchen bench.