What do house keepers do?

Housekeepers are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and overall appearance of a home or commercial establishment. Their duties may include:

  1. Dusting, vacuuming, and wiping down surfaces to remove dirt and debris
  2. Cleaning and sanitizing bathrooms, including showers, tubs, sinks, and toilets
  3. Washing windows and mirrors
  4. Mopping and scrubbing floors
  5. Changing linens and making beds
  6. Laundry, including washing, drying, and ironing clothes and linens
  7. Arranging furniture and decorative items
  8. Stocking supplies, such as soap, toilet paper, and paper towels
  9. Preparing meals and serving food and drinks
  10. Providing basic pet care, such as feeding and walking

In addition to these tasks, housekeepers may also be responsible for organizing and storing household items, maintaining inventory of supplies, and performing basic maintenance tasks, such as changing light bulbs and replacing air filters. Housekeepers may work in private homes, hotels, hospitals, schools, and other commercial establishments. The specific duties of a housekeeper may vary depending on the employer and the size and type of the facility.

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