Win a cleaner once a week for a year

17:06 30 April 2012

Win a cleaner once a week for a year

Win a cleaner once a week for a year

Archant

Pretty much everything in life is more exciting than cleaning your home. Scrubbing kitchens, disinfecting bathrooms and the endless vacuuming are all things we generally hate to do, but know that we have to.

Let MyOffers take away some of the strain then with a cleaner every week for a whole year. You’ll be able to brief them on all the monotonous chores that you don’t like to do, safe in the knowledge that your surfaces will be spotless and your floors will be flawless.

This prize draw closes on Saturday, 30 June 2012 Terms and Conditions

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