Housekeeping employer / employee
Spouse has limited mobility and some health concerns, can take care of basic needs (bathroom, dressing, etc) but needs someone to check in and do some light housework (kitchen cleanup, take out the trash for trash days, pick up clutter) when I have to go out of town on business... more
Our master bath shower door is a beast to clean. How can I get rid of the hard water stains?
I used to spend a week straight cleaning. Now I am worried I won't be able too since I starting working again. How much time do you spend?
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