House Cleaning Hidden Objects Game – Free Demo for PC


Fun Facts about Living Spaces:

– Carpets can hold more than their own weight in trapped dirt and soil.
– Josephine Cochrane invented the first commercially successful hand-powered dishwasher in 1886.
– French chemist Claude Berthollet is the one who invented the liquid commercial bleach.
– The first flush toilet was invented in 1596 by Sir John Harrington.
– Computer keyboards can have 200 times more bacteria than a toilet seat.
– An office desk has 400 times more bacteria then a toilet seat.
– The average dish cloth in the kitchen contains 4 billion living germs.
– 67% of people are motivated to clean by guests arriving.
– 53% of chemical cleaning products contain ingredients that can harm your lungs.
– Lemons are nature’s best disinfectant.
– Green cleaning is rapidly growing sector in the house keeping industry.
– The air inside a typical home is 200%-500% more polluted than the air outside, due to toxic household cleaning products.
– Almost half of couples argue about cleaning.
– Roughly 10% of your pillow’s weight is made up of the bodies of dead mites and their droppings.
– An average mattress contains anywhere from 100,000 to 10 million dust mites.
– The kitchen sink contains more germs than your toilet.
– An average woman cleans for 12,896 hours in her lifetime, while an average man cleans for only 6,448.
– During World War I, commercial soap, as we know it today, came into existence.
– It wasn’t until the 18th century that bathing came into fashion.
– The English began making soap during the 12th century.
– King Louis XIV of France guillotined three soapmakers for making a bar that irritated his very sensitive Royal skin.
– The lack of cleanliness and poor living conditions contributed to the many plagues of the Middle Ages.
– According to Roman legend, soap was named after Mount Sapo, an ancient site of animal sacrifices.
– In ancient Babylon soap making was known as early as 2800 B.C
– The first motorized vacuum cleaner was invented in 1901.
– Joseph Lister made the first antiseptic