Household budgets see cutbacks

By February 2, 2010Articles

Household budgets see cutbacks

Householders may be cutting back on their spending on domestic cleaning items, a new survey suggests. According to a survey carried out by the Post Office Christmas Club, almost half (48 per cent) of female householders will be cutting back on their household expenditure.

However, just a quarter of men said they expect to cut back on their budget for household items. The survey found that 29 per cent of people (14 million) are now feeling the financial effects of the shopping, entertaining and socialising over the Christmas period.

Despite the cutbacks on household expenditure, it seems householders may continue to devote funds to professional cleaning services. A separate survey by 1001 found that more than half (52 per cent) of adults admit that their homes are the most dirty in the New Year.

However, instead of donning the marigolds themselves, it seems many may prefer to delegate the tasks to cleaning companies.

Around 55 per cent of people said that although they prefer to keep their homes in pristine condition for the New Year, many have no motivation to continue cleaning once the Christmas season is over.

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