A cleaner started a debate online after creating patterns on her client's carpet by running a hoover across the floor.
Kaleigh Johnson, from Oxford, went to an online forum to admit that she loved drawing triangular shapes on the floors of her employers when she cleaned their homes.
And it seems that she is not alone, with many other cleaning enthusiasts who admit that they enjoyed the strange hobby.
Share a photo in Cleaning tips and tricks on Facebook, Kaleigh showed that her lines were in the form of triangles on her employer's carpet.
Kaleigh Johnson, an Oxford cleaner, showed the triangular lines she liked to draw on her clients' rugs
People on Facebook had different opinions about the lines, some said they hated them and others said they did it
& # 39; I don't know anything about you, but this gives me so much satisfaction, & # 39; she wrote, & # 39; this is the living room of a client I did today, & # 39; she added.
& # 39; This is done by a Hetty Hoover, makes it and shows customers that you were really stolen & # 39 ;, she added later in a comment.
And some members of the group admitted that they loved the idea, with one writing: & # 39; I love this. My family finds me strange, but this makes me happy & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I also do this on my rugs and then walk around it, man thinks I'm crazy, & # 39; another joke said.
& # 39; I regularly vacuum only to have lines, I love it & # 39 ;, said a fan.
& # 39; I create a & # 39; race track & # 39; with the vac for one of my clients with a little boy, & # 39; another cleaner said.
Some said the lines looked terrible and they didn't want to pay for a cleaner who would put such things on their carpet
& # 39; I have a customer who would like me to make a sun in his rug, haha, & # 39; someone wrote.
& # 39; I want those Hoover lines, & # 39; said one.
However, the trend for upholstered carpet was not for everyone. Some users said they hated them and prefer their carpets to be smooth.
I don't have carpets, but if I did, I'd like to do this … Just vacuum one way diagonally then the other to make the triangles, & one asked.
& # 39; This gives me fear, & # 39; someone complained.
& # 39; My customers would go crazy if I even tried it lol, & # 39; said a cleaner.
& # 39; This would drive me crazy & # 39 ;, another wrote.
& # 39; I can't come up against lines and thoughts at the end to get them out. Not that difficult and looks so much better, & another one said.
Members of the cleaning tip group were divided about the problem because some said they were deliberately floating over lines, while others said they were deliberately
& # 39; I just shopped carpet and the seller says this is specific: & # 39; like marmite, you love it or you hate it & # 39 ;. one observed.
& # 39; I don't have OCD, but those patterns look like mess to me on the floor lol. Although I said it looks good, but my eyes just see mess again lol, sorry, not meant at all. footprints lol everyone should fly over it lol, & a person said.
& # 39; I would be a little p ***** if someone would put that on my carpet … I would wonder how long it would take me to pay per hour. I hope they enjoyed it, & someone said.
& # 39; As long as my carpets are vacuumed, I don't care if it's done in circles lmao, & # 39; said a person who didn't care about the debate.
While some said they did the lines, others pointed out that although it was not their style, they would not judge those who liked it
& # 39; Am I the only one who thinks it looks terrible? I hate to see lines in lawns, & someone wrote.
& # 39; That would drive me crazy. I think each of them has that, & another one said.
& # 39; I don't want to pay a fortune for a carpet and find it covered with triangles. I want it all to look the same, thanks, & someone commented.
Earlier this week, another mother shared Facebook when she used Christmas paper to decorate her living room wall.
Keeley Parker, from Bristol, has found the perfect way to transform her lounge on a limited budget and add some festive cheers with her handy hack.
Keeley Parker, from Bristol, has revealed that she used Christmas paper (photo) to decorate her living room wall until she can pay for her dream wallpaper after the festive period
People on Facebook were divided about Keeley's innovative idea – with some branding & # 39; the best idea ever & # 39; and others say it is not necessary
Share the handy idea with the Extreme Couponing Bargains UK Facebook group, the creative homeowner, explained that she had bought the red £ 11 wrapping paper with Santa faces from Costco.
She went on to say that she would hold on until she can afford her desired wallpaper – and many members were quick to praise her innovative idea.
& # 39; Maybe I'll do this myself. My kids would love it, & # 39; one enthusiast said, while a second wrote: & # 39; Oh, I love! Fantastic idea !! Brilliant little mom. & # 39;
In the post, which has since received more than 12,000 likes, Keeley explained: & # 39; Decorating my house and I can't afford the wallpaper I want now. & # 39;
& # 39; Costco £ 11 and I think it's 36 m long wrapping paper, my wallpaper will be until January when I can buy the wallpaper I want. It looks so good! This is how Christmassy & # 39; (sic) looks like.
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