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post #49306 of 66639
It is strange really. She prides herself on how well she cleans, but honestly it is pretty shitty compared to when I am coaxed into doing it. I mean when she cleans the bathtub SHE DOESNT EVEN GET IN THE FUCKING GROUT! YOU GOTTA CLEAN THE FUCKING GROUT!!!!! Then I get yelled at.
post #49307 of 66639
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

So my girlfriend and I agreed that my cleaning chore once a week will be to clean the kitchen. She said since I am cleaning it once per week it will only need a "deep clean" every once in a while. I am having a very hard time determining what constitutes a "deep clean" over regular cleaning of the kitchen. confused.gif

You need a cleaning lady. I maintain cleanliness pretty aggressively at my house, and it still feels nice to come home after they've really scrubbed the place down.
post #49308 of 66639
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Why don't people just get their smartphone out and start to video this meatheads when they start yelling at people?

Fear of cavity search.
post #49309 of 66639
I get yelled at because when my wife washes dishes, I always find shit still on them. And then I have to rewash them--I mean, if you're going to wash the dishes, do it right the first time. No one wants to re-wash dishes.

To be fair, she scrubs the shit out of the bathroom and I don't want to deal with that, so it's a fair trade.
post #49310 of 66639
My wife actually yells at people for yelling . I don't mind yelling I find it to be a very useful tool in communicating with kids but if you want the yelling to stop yelling is not the way to go about it imo
post #49311 of 66639
Yelling isn't the right word. Griped-at, perhaps.
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

I get yelled at because when my wife washes dishes, I always find shit still on them. And then I have to rewash them--I mean, if you're going to wash the dishes, do it right the first time. No one wants to re-wash dishes.

To be fair, she scrubs the shit out of the bathroom and I don't want to deal with that, so it's a fair trade.

I scrubbed my bathroom floor this weekend, tile by tile, and it was goddamn exhausting. I need a maid.
post #49313 of 66639
I always have to clean the kitchen before I cook and again before I serve . I wish the neurosis was genetic
post #49314 of 66639
I find my OCD to be very useful.

I'm also a re-washer, but i try and limit it to china and crystal. The everyday stuff I'll just send back for another washing.
post #49315 of 66639
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

You need a cleaning lady. I maintain cleanliness pretty aggressively at my house, and it still feels nice to come home after they've really scrubbed the place down.

I've considered it, but my lady has this overwhelming pride about her cleaning on her own. Also, I am cheap with such things, I wash and iron all my own shirts.
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

I find my OCD to be very useful.

I'm also a re-washer, but i try and limit it to china and crystal. The everyday stuff I'll just send back for another washing.

You should try Chinet, which you don't even need to wash once, say nothing about twice. (That is my advice, at any rate.)
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I've considered it, but my lady has this overwhelming pride about her cleaning on her own. Also, I am cheap with such things, I wash and iron all my own shirts.

I wash/iron shirts just out of aggravation with trying to find a cleaner in NJ thats any good. It seems the ones that can take good care with jackets/pants are not the same lot that can do shirts well.
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

You should try Chinet, which you don't even need to wash once, say nothing about twice. (That is my advice, at any rate.)

If I wash it the first time, it wont need to be rewashed. Anymore my wife leaves the crystal/china/silver to me, which was not the goal. Sometimes you have to suffer for what you enjoy.
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

I wash/iron shirts just out of aggravation with trying to find a cleaner in NJ thats any good. It seems the ones that can take good care with jackets/pants are not the same lot that can do shirts well.

Yeah, that is part of it. We have places who do it right here, but it costs like $20 a shirt. 3 minutes to iron one myself is worth it, imo.
post #49320 of 66639
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Yeah, that is part of it. We have places who do it right here, but it costs like $20 a shirt. 3 minutes to iron one myself is worth it, imo.

For ironing? Holy shit.
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