Because I'm permanently unwell (I'm not bedridden, but I am frequently housebound) I struggle with cleaning my house. I'm not, and never have been, a neat freak or cleaning obsessive - and it shows. I wondered if people could pass on their tips on how to make the job of cleaning anything a bit easier, quicker and less exhausting. One thing I've discovered that I find hugely helpful in cleaning the kitchen are de-greasers. I have found these two products very helpful : Code: https://www.amazon.co.uk/HG-Grease-Away-500-Cleaning/dp/B000IU3VWQ I've also used a Cillit Bang degreasing product as well which worked well. Unfortunately they keep changing the name of the product. This one looks like it might be useful : Code: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cillit-Bang-Degreaser-750ml/dp/B0177IR7Y4/ref=sr_1_4 What I would really like to know are products that take the elbow grease out of removing limescale on tiles and bathroom fittings. For the tiles in particular, limescale removers are often too expensive to cover large areas, and usually they are too thin to stay where they are sprayed and just run down the walls achieving nothing. Good tips for any kind of cleaning could be useful for all of us who are well enough to clean occasionally.