Absolutely, especially after breakfast, I like my devilled kidneys while doing the Times crossword but the lady of the house likes her kippers and I would imagine getting rid of the smell in the kitchen (were ever that is) would be a dashed difficult job.One of the domestics deal with that kind of thing.
We deal with the cat hair rather well. We have a high-end and powerful wireless vacuum cleaner with a rotating bristles function which scrubs the carpet fabric as you move it. It does a great job of collecting the hair and makes vaccuming a breeze! If we have people coming round for instance we get it out for a quick once over which is usually enough.How do you deal with cat hairs? We only have one but it sheds hair like there is no tomorrow.
Mine looks, not so much ‘lived in’, as though someone has died here. Cleaning consists of making sure that any waste food (not that there is much) goes straight in the bin, unwashed plates, etc. are put in the kitchen sink and washed with the water left at the bottom of the kettle when available, and occasionally putting the cleaner down the toilet (luckily she is quite small). I did use a Brillo pad on the draining board recently and while I have been isolating exercise has consisted of walking to the hall and clearing bit by bit the pile of accumulated paperwork on the table. My usual method is to move house every couple of years, but I have been here nearly eighteen.I was once told that if your house was clean it didn't look "lived in". My house looks "lived in".
That sounds interesting. Product name?We deal with the cat hair rather well. We have a high-end and powerful wireless vacuum cleaner with a rotating bristles function which scrubs the carpet fabric as you move it. It does a great job of collecting the hair and makes vaccuming a breeze! If we have people coming round for instance we get it out for a quick once over which is usually enough.
Our 2 cats are forever dropping hair everywhere so the vaccuum gets a lot of use. Especially at this time of year when they are malting their winter coats off.
Our long haired maincoon is the main culprit. Although the short haired black and white tuxedo sheds his fair share too. We are trying to get into the habit of grooming them both more with the brush and grooming gloves.
Whenever I watch daytime TV (not very much even post retirement), I'm amazed at the advertising effort and budget expended on vacuum cleaners. Mine is a "Henry" inherited from my parents and at least thirty years old, which itself replaced a 30-year-old Electrolux.I imagine it might begin with a "D" and end with "yson"? Failing that, it's probably "G" and "tech"!
You might want to just get a 15 quid carpet sweeper off Amazon and give that a go. Basically it just seems like having a brush that attacks the carpet is better for hairs than a hoover, and it's a lot easier to get it out and give the carpet the once-over. If you're feeling lazy and fancy getting something to keep the cats on their toes, most robot cleaners work on the same principleThat sounds interesting. Product name?