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Thread: Advice for cleaning when people are perpetually at home

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    Some ole as azz screen cleaner. Usually his efforts to clean lead to me doing more work like in this instance.

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    Originally Posted by ~Seraphim ~
    Some ole as azz screen cleaner. Usually his efforts to clean lead to me doing more work like in this instance.
    I can't live with anyone else lol. I used to live with my brother and he would declare his house clean, while I was running around getting rid of spider webs, dust on the floor and underneath and behind furniture, sweeping up crumbs, washing towels that the kids had used (they had a habit of just quickly running water over their dirty hands and then wiping them on the towels...) and don't get me started on the pots and pans that he'd let sit for 10 days in the sink because they needed to "soak". It smelled like death in the kitchen from all the rotting food. And yet he wrote me a nasty note because he said my cat's litter box smelled. I had changed it but hadn't taken out the bag of dirty litter ONE time. Yet, the Sink of Rotting Food was OK. Oh, and the leftovers in the fridge from, I kid you not, 6 months prior. "Don't throw that away, we might eat that!!"

    Urgh...

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    Originally Posted by boltnrun
    I can't live with anyone else lol. I used to live with my brother and he would declare his house clean, while I was running around getting rid of spider webs, dust on the floor and underneath and behind furniture, sweeping up crumbs, washing towels that the kids had used (they had a habit of just quickly running water over their dirty hands and then wiping them on the towels...) and don't get me started on the pots and pans that he'd let sit for 10 days in the sink because they needed to "soak". It smelled like death in the kitchen from all the rotting food. And yet he wrote me a nasty note because he said my cat's litter box smelled. I had changed it but hadn't taken out the bag of dirty litter ONE time. Yet, the Sink of Rotting Food was OK. Oh, and the leftovers in the fridge from, I kid you not, 6 months prior. "Don't throw that away, we might eat that!!"

    Urgh...
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    Originally Posted by ~Seraphim ~
    I had to cry today in his effort to ď help cleanĒ my TV looked like this and I had to buff it for a half hour.
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    OMG!! Poor you! It definitely worse than I realised. Hopefully, he will go back to work soon. Hang in there! xx

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    He is a good man donít get me wrong and I love him to death, it is pandemic fever is getting to both of us .

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    Things are a lot better now that he has a lot of work with his yard work business.

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