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From snooping through your stuff to being hit by married people, Australian cleaners have exposed the shocking secrets they will never tell their customers (stock image)

Confessions of a cleaner: professionals reveal what they REALLY do at home – and admit that they rummage through your things

  • Cleaners have exposed the shocking secrets that they will never tell their customers
  • The cleaners reveal why you should never leave your documents lying around
  • Some said that married customers flirted with them while others found crazy items
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Cleaners are paid to vacuum the floors and clean the windows – but do you know what they really do at home?

From sniffing through your things to being hit by married men and women, cleaners have all exposed the shocking secrets that they will never tell their customers.

Behind closed doors, Australian cleaners share their confessions – and why you should never have your documents lying around.

From snooping through your stuff to being hit by married people, Australian cleaners have exposed the shocking secrets they will never tell their customers (stock image)

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From snooping through your stuff to being hit by married people, Australian cleaners have exposed the shocking secrets they will never tell their customers (stock image)

Mel *, who works as a household cleaner for a private company, admitted that most cleaners are likely to read your documents if you leave them.

& # 39; If you leave important papers behind, most of us will look at it. Once I found some legal papers for a client, the charge was publicly naked, & Mel told Mamamia.

Kylie *, a three-year-old housekeeper, said cleaners snooping through personal things are much more common than you might think.

& # 39; I would not snoop around personally, I have been tempted and I know that some of my colleagues have definitely peaked once or twice. It's human nature isn't it? & # 39; she said.

But Kylie said she came across illegal items such as water pipes and drugs on a table in a customer's house after they had forgotten to take them away.

On other occasions, Mel said that married men and women even flirted with her.

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& # 39; Once I even got a & # 39; bonus & # 39; for performing additional tasks. It is offensive, unprofessional and makes things very uncomfortable, & Mel said.

And they are not the only cleaners who have seen and heard it all, with hundreds going to Reddit to share their shocking experiences.

& # 39; One day a colleague told me that she was entering her first room that day and the first thing she saw, neatly placed on the desk, were three dildos, a note with & # 39; please wash 🙂 & # 39; and a note of 20 crowns (about $ 2). She didn't, & a cleaning lady said.

Another cleaner said they had to clean up & # 39; nasty and funny things & # 39; when they worked in a hostel in Amsterdam & # 39;

& # 39; Some of the most memorable are; used condoms, bloody tampons / pads, sex toys, box with nail clippings, bags of medicines, sticky rubber duck, Book of Mormon, blood, poop and vomit, & # 39;

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And another said: & # 39; My first job as a teenager was a hotel maid. I've seen a lot of weird things, but a situation that struck me was this scary old man who would hit me and my friend. Every time we cleaned up his room, the top drawer of his dresser would be open with what looked like a strategically placed unused condom that was legit from the 1970s. I think he was never allowed to use it. & # 39;

Meanwhile, many hotel cleaners said they have seen countless guests cheating.

& # 39; Working in a hotel is crazy how many married people on business trips with colleagues & # 39; s have sex together while traveling and their spouses have no idea, & # 39; someone said.

* Names have been changed

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