Battle of the Cleaning Standards – Men vs. Women

Posted on August 2, 2012. Filed under: Cleaning Bedroom, Kitchen Cleaning | Tags: , |

Arguing His Case, But Still CleaningThe average  British woman spends 3 hours a week redoing her  partner’s  housework, according to a study done in the United Kingdom!

Cleaning the kitchen and fluffing the pillows were the primary chores that men failed to execute to their wives’ satisfaction.  And among the top 10 complaints, 3 were about making the bed!  (from Real Simple magazine).

One can only imagine the resentment these women feel because, really if a  person is going to do something, then why not do it right?

Couples also find themselves fighting about the division of labor, as women usually feel that they do a disproportionate amount of housework compared to men.   This can’t be that good for a relationship, and this is where a couple might want to seriously consider hiring a professional cleaning service.

Hiring a professional cleaning service makes for more harmony in the home, giving couples one less thing to argue about, more time to have fun together.

Hiring a service puts the whole cleaning  dilemma  in neutral territory  – where both partners can be united –  in the satisfaction of knowing they have gone a long way to solving one of the  more  “nagging’  (!) problems for a  relationship,  and being able to enjoy the home that they have created together!

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