Some people find that the extra expense of hiring a cleaning person can be a great idea and well worth it, especially when you’re super busy with work and family. And it’s truly a great feeling when you come home to find your house immaculate and all you have to do is sit back and relax.
We trust these professionals to go into our homes, and do our dirty work without any objections, and maybe we don't give them enough credit. After all, they get a very personal and intimate look at the way we live, and are usually very discreet. They may tell you that they accidentally broke something (it happens) or a better way to organize your coffee mugs, but there are some things your housecleaner won’t tell you. Whether they have discovered some of your, er, personal belongings, or have uncovered some other dirt, there are several things that are most likely left unsaid. Like:
I know about your affair
If you aren't faithful to your significant other, there is a good chance that the person who tends to your house is well aware. Someone's cleaning those lipstick-stained shirts, aren’t they?
I found your stash
Although you tried your best to hide your shameful secrets, chances are your cleaning person found your collection of (you fill in the blank).
Click through the slideshow below to see more that they're keeping secret, and let us know in the comments below if you have any to add!
We all feel guilty about our messes, but chances are, there's someone way worse out there. Phew!
They are most likely not going to chastise you for the globs of toothpaste on the sink... even though they should!
When you come home from work and your cleaning person is the only one in the house, you may feel like chatting them up about your day. But honestly, they just want to do their job.
The trash can say a lot -- particularly when there's a marked uptick in empty wine bottles and there wasn't a party.
Hey, everyone can afford to be a little more generous. They pick up your underwear after all.
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