Regina’s Maids

House & Office Cleaning They do it all!

Description – General house and office cleaning. Bonded & insured
Services – Maid, Handyman, Painting services, Window cleaning, Local snow removal, Light Home repair & house work, Rug shampooing…. Free estimates
Website – www.reginasmaids.com
Address – 400 Jefferson St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030-2607
Telephone – (201) 420-1111

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oceanbloo
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oceanbloo

While we can well afford a cleaning service, I’ve never used one. I just don’t feel comfortable with other people in my personal space.

I had some friends growing up whose moms cleaned other people’s houses. People you let into your home aren’t always as discreet as you might think they are. Heck, someone I went to high school with cleans houses even now – and here and there mentions stuff on Facebook. A family member’s cleaning woman approached my mother with several complaints about a family member’s spouse – probably something that should have stayed private.

andynnj
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andynnj

[quote comment=”119304″]Here’s a novel idea…

Clean your own house.

It really shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes to an hour if you do it regularly…[/quote]

P.S. You come show me how you can clean my house in 30 min and I will start doing it myself.

andynnj
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andynnj
[quote comment=”119580″][quote comment=”119568″]I don’t understand how anyone can allow someone to clean their house with brooms and mops used in strangers’ homes, let alone allow teams of complete strangers, possibly different ones each time, into their homes to touch their toothbrushes, pillowcases, and other personal effects as well as valuables. It only makes sense to me if someone hires a single person that they got a personal referral on and purchases all the cleaning materials themselves.[/quote] Well thank God you weighed in with this insight. I am going to cancel the cleaning lady now. 🙄 My lady leaves everything at my house that is used to clean, except the actual cleaning solution. But I appreciate your concern along with the person 10 posts back who noted that the same towel was used on toilets and counter tops. Justify not having a cleaning lady any way you want, but I highly doubt you talk any of us out of it. After 2 years of good service, I’m not terribly worried about getting sick. And I have the same woman week in and week out. And one time I left a diamond necklace out completely by accident, and not only was it there when I returned home, it was moved away from the sink so it wouldn’t fall in the drain (which was where I left it). So yea, I trust my lady. Re: MR-points taken, my bad for lumping you in with Easy-E.[/quote] I’m with Katie on all this. We tried… Read more »
Katie_Scarlett
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[quote comment=”119568″]I don’t understand how anyone can allow someone to clean their house with brooms and mops used in strangers’ homes, let alone allow teams of complete strangers, possibly different ones each time, into their homes to touch their toothbrushes, pillowcases, and other personal effects as well as valuables.

It only makes sense to me if someone hires a single person that they got a personal referral on and purchases all the cleaning materials themselves.[/quote]
Well thank God you weighed in with this insight. I am going to cancel the cleaning lady now. 🙄

My lady leaves everything at my house that is used to clean, except the actual cleaning solution.

But I appreciate your concern along with the person 10 posts back who noted that the same towel was used on toilets and counter tops.

Justify not having a cleaning lady any way you want, but I highly doubt you talk any of us out of it. After 2 years of good service, I’m not terribly worried about getting sick. And I have the same woman week in and week out. And one time I left a diamond necklace out completely by accident, and not only was it there when I returned home, it was moved away from the sink so it wouldn’t fall in the drain (which was where I left it). So yea, I trust my lady.

Re: MR-points taken, my bad for lumping you in with Easy-E.

little boots
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little boots

There are instances where I see the point in having someone come and clean. Growing up, my family had someone clean once a week-same person who was like family to us. This was a large home in the ‘burbs. I understand if you’ve got a large space or travel frequently or care for children. I don’t get people who live in places that are smaller than, say, 1200 sf having a maid. I keep my place clean and tidy almost all the time just by cleaning as I go. Nothing builds up, the floors take no time at all, and I don’t waste tons of time cleaning (twice a year I’ll do major organizing in spring and fall). Some of you might say your time is worth however much an hour but don’t kid yourselves thinking your place is actually clean. I don’t have a problem seeing people spend their money however they see fit, but don’t act like your education or status in life allows you to talk down to others. And those rags and supplies are used house to house, room to room. Cleaning a 950 sf apt takes no time at all. It could probably be done in the time spent bitching about it on this thread, no?

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