Cleaning Lady At Your Service

I clean houses for a living. I have been doing it for about 15 years now (its 2017 as I write this) and I’m pretty good at it.

Actually, I should amend that: I’m GREAT at it. I am more than a house-cleaner, I am a detailer. I clean things other cleaners don’t or won’t. I have cleaned corners of floors, spaces between vents, blinds, the backs of microwaves, underneath catboxes, the bottom of chairs, the top cabinet doors over the fridge – you name it, I’ve probably cleaned it at least once. This is why I have a very loyal client base. This is also why I am not the right cleaner for everyone. Some people just want maid service – sweep, dust, mop and make beds. Some people just want basic housekeeping – spray and wipe surfaces and swirl a brush around inside the toilet in addition to maid service. Some people, however, want serious deep cleaning. And some people need help becuase they haven’t cleaned anything in months, maybe years. Those two kinds of jobs are what I do – deep cleaning and cleaning that hasn’t been done in years.

Obviously, over the years I’ve learned a lot about cleaning – the science of the chemicals, the biology of the bacteria, the efficiency of methods – and this blog is to extend my learning to others.

I’m still available to clean if you live in the Greater Metro Atlanta area of Georgia. Sometimes I have enough clients, sometimes I don’t have enough. Everyone is different as to how often they need me to come out. In the meantime, I offer these posts as a way for everyone to find better ways to keep clean.

Just hover over the page name “Cleaning Lady At Your Service” to the left and see the different subjects I’ve tackled over the years. If you have questions, please send them to me or comment on the applicable page.


3 thoughts on “Cleaning Lady At Your Service

  1. OK, swibbo…I’m so absolutely confused!! I have hardwood floors that are four years old. I don’t know if they’re sealed or unsealed. For the past four years, I’ve routinely swept and damp mopped…and frankly to this day, the floors look good…maybe a tadbit dingy. Next month I’m hosting my son’s wedding and figured deep cleaning the hardwood floors is now in order. I’ve googled “How to Safely Clean Hardwood Floors!” What a mistake! The information I googled is crazy, conflicting, and absolutely confusing. I’m immobilized. All I want to do is clean my floors !! I found your website. You seem to be the sanest around. Can you tell me what cleaning product to use…..if any? What about Dr. Bronner’s Sol Suds?? Yay or Nay? I defer to your absolute wisdom and advise. My son, his fiancée, and all the people who’ll be standing on my hardwood floors THANK YOU! Warm Regards.

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