How much for a cleaner in London?

Am I out of touch?

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12/07/2007 at 12:00
Years ago when I first moved to London, my parents gave me money for a cleaner, but I used the money on books instead:S
12/07/2007 at 12:21
Books?

Not cider?

You crazy rebel you, Moomoo.
12/07/2007 at 12:23
Wickett- the advantage of being a girlie is that very often you get cider bought for you!;P
12/07/2007 at 12:53
We are paying our eldest daughter to clean the house - £20 a week but no fixed hours. She seems happy with this - should I lend her out?
12/07/2007 at 13:21
jiggi don't know what the going rate is but if you are using a company then they are abviously taking a cut and paying the cleaner less.
Can you approach the actual cleaner and come to a private arrangement?
12/07/2007 at 14:03

Jiggi,

TfY is ok but they are really only an agency so it all depends on the cleaner. Ours is ok but not great.

The agency takes !.50 per hour by standing order and provides insurance for damages and the cleaner gets £8 per hour.

I'd happily move to someone better.
12/07/2007 at 16:39
Thanks guys!


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