Professional cleaner who’s cleaned over 1,000 homes reveals the one feature her home won’t have: ‘It’s a cleaning nightmare’
- A professional cleaner has revealed the worst place to clean
- Woman claims this spot is a ‘nightmare’
An Australian professional cleaner has revealed the “worst” place to clean after working in thousands of homes.
cleaner that passes @tweet Online, he claimed the visible reflections in kitchens were a “nightmare” to keep healthy.
Splashback is a film applied above and behind the sink and stove to protect the walls from moisture, food stains, grease and oil.
She warned women not to fall victim to their original mirrored look in showrooms because the real feature is much worse.
It is very difficult to keep mirror splashes very clean because they reflect every speck of dust and water stains back into the room.
An Australian professional cleaner has revealed the “worst” place to clean after working in thousands of homes
The cleaner, who goes by online @cleanlikeapro, claimed that the reflection splattered in the kitchen was a ‘nightmare’ to keep well-maintained.
Professional hygiene was safe in her opinion.
“I don’t care how beautiful these things look in the showroom—don’t let anyone, under any circumstances, convince you that mirror re-spraying is a good idea,” she said.
The woman posted a video about the dirt and grit getting stuck to the mirror — and how some stains that would have disappeared into a marble feature instead make the entire kitchen look dingy.
“A reflective mirror is a nightmare, especially when there’s a stovetop or sink behind it.”
“As someone who has cleaned thousands of homes, and seen hundreds of sprays flying, that is never a good idea,” she said.
Its main problem stemmed from the possibility of streaks and wipe marks even though it was clean.
The pro claimed: “I don’t care how clean you look, these will always look awful.”
Many agreed with the cleaner and shared bad experiences with reflective showers.
One woman said, “I can’t think of anything worse than looking at myself while washing dishes or cooking.”
“I have one and as someone with OCD, they are the worst.”
“Anything that isn’t a tile splash is a bad idea unless you love cleaning 24/7.”
“It’s only nice after cleaning.”
But others defended their decision.
“I completely disagree,” one woman argued. I have them and they are original.
‘I love mine.’ It’s easier to clean with window cleaner versus cleaning grout and tile.
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