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On 30 May 2012 at 2:16pm Amy wrote:
Hi All,
Does anyone know of a good house cleaner who is trustworthy, reliable, flexible in their cleaning routines, uses natural products and mostly, motivated to do a good job?
I just lost a good one to greater ambitions...One can only support this.
Now looking for my next excellent house cleaner! I will appreciate any referrals.
Amy
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On 30 May 2012 at 8:24pm padster wrote:
You poor thing , what greater ambitions did your cleaner / poorly paid skiv leave for ?
She can't leave you like that !
Amy are you too POSH to WASH ?
I hope you never find a cleaner again and you get used to a bit of honest work. It will do you good.
 
 
On 31 May 2012 at 12:36pm kettle wrote:
Ignore the troll. What's wrong with being a cleaner?
 
 
On 31 May 2012 at 4:19pm padster wrote:
Kettle, can you read and then interpret the information ? I think not. I am not a troll as I am clearly making a point to Amy that she should clean her own mess. I am not criticising cleaners, why don't you read instead of attempting to be some pious bore. WTF is wrong with a bit of opinion be that a little in your face.
 
 
On 31 May 2012 at 4:21pm padster wrote:
Kettle, can you read and then interpret the information ? I think not. I am not a troll as I am clearly making a point to Amy that she should clean her own mess. I am not criticising cleaners, why don't you read instead of attempting to be some pious bore. WTF is wrong with a bit of opinion be that a little in your face.
 
 
On 31 May 2012 at 4:22pm padster wrote:
Oops.
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On 1 Jun 2012 at 11:01am Kettle wrote:
If there's nothing wrong with being a cleaner, there's nothing wrong with hiring one. I've been a cleaner and have employed cleaners when commuting and working full time and feeling dead on my feet. How do you know that Amy is not busy working, caring, disabled, ill etc etc etc.
Stop being so judgemental. As jobs go, cleaning's not too bad. I've done worse. You usually get left alone to get on with the job and can feel satisfied when the job is done.
Someone will want a job like that.
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On 1 Jun 2012 at 12:37pm padster wrote:
Fair point.
 
 
On 1 Jun 2012 at 1:25pm Mr Forks wrote:
Great program, it will be missed!
 
 
On 1 Jun 2012 at 8:39pm Paul wrote:
All home cleaning from seaford do loads of houses in my road - not cheap but very efficient.
 
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On 2 Jun 2012 at 6:53pm bastian wrote:
clean your own house, there is nothing wrong with cleaning as a job but in peoples houses they are not regulated or protected by law..that is what is wrong with it.
 
 
On 2 Jun 2012 at 7:29pm Southover Queen wrote:
It's a funny old world. Generally we're all in favour of honest work, so I don't see what makes it different if that work is cleaning someone else's house. Would everyone be getting all heated about someone putting up a brick wall or digging their garden? I doubt it slightly.

Amy's insurance may well cover a cleaner: we don't know; mine definitely does. We have no idea what Amy's circumstances are. Maybe she has three kids under five and an aged parent or a disabled partner? Maybe she's out at work for 12 hours a day and would rather pay someone else? What on earth is the problem with that? As Kettle says, stop being judgemental and stop jumping to conclusions.
 
 
On 3 Jun 2012 at 11:55am Kettle wrote:
Yeah, my insurance covers people working in the house.
I think you'll find that people are protected by law in this country anyway.
 
 
On 6 Jun 2012 at 11:15am Jamie wrote:
Amy I will clean your house


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