Now you will learn such an interesting story that will leave you speechless.
A woman called Frances Gabe, living in Newberg, Oregon, USA, hadn’t cleaned her house in decades, but her place always stayed clean.
Throughout her life, she hated household chores and being an artist and inventor, she did everything to ensure that her house was always cleaned without any stains.
Mrs. Gabe’s guests couldn’t understand how an apartment could be so clean without cleaning.
She revealed her secret after her retirement.
Gabe, an innovative and ingenious spirit, was educated at the Polytechnic Institute and was well versed in physics and mechanics.
She got married and had children, she liked her job, but still couldn’t stand the housework.
She soon divorced her, as her husband did not want to help her keep the house clean.
And when the children grew up and moved out, in 1979, the woman began to look for ways to solve the cleaning problem.
Gabe never used a duster and vacuum cleaner, but all the rooms were absolutely clean.
When, finally, he revealed his secret to his lawyer and to the journalists, everyone was speechless.
Frances was also an artist and had a lapidary workshop where she polished agates and semi-precious stones. She made her own jewelry.
She invented a huge dishwasher whose parts cleaned the whole house at the press of a button.
Sprinklers were installed in all the rooms and in the cupboards and cupboards in the kitchen, and all the pipes were hidden in the walls.
First came the soaping and then the clean water carried the soap away.
The floor was constructed in such a way that allowed water to flow into a special tube. And then there was hot air drying.
Frances Gabe, the artist and inventor of the self-cleaning house, died in 2017, aged 101.