Now, you are about to learn a very interesting story that will leave you speechless.
A woman named Frances Gabe, living in Newberg, Oregon, USA, hadn’t cleaned her house for decades, but her home always remained clean.
Throughout her life, she despised household chores. Being an artist and inventor, she did everything to ensure her house was always cleaned without any effort.
Madame Gabe’s guests couldn’t comprehend how an apartment could be so clean without any cleaning.
She revealed her secret after her retirement.
Gabe, an innovative and ingenious mind, studied at the Polytechnic Institute and had a perfect understanding of physics and mechanics.
She got married and had children. She loved her work but still couldn’t stand household chores. She soon divorced because her husband wouldn’t help her keep the house clean.
And when the children grew up and moved out in 1979, she began to search for ways to solve the cleaning issue.
Gabe never used a cloth or a vacuum cleaner, yet all the rooms were absolutely clean. When she finally unveiled her secret to her lawyer and journalists, everyone was left amazed.
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 entire house at the press of a button.
In every room, and in the kitchen cabinets and buffets, sprinklers were installed, and all the pipes were hidden in the walls.
First came the soaping, and then clean water washed away the soap.
The floor was constructed in such a way that allowed water to flow into a special tube. Then, there was hot air drying.
Frances Gabe, the artist and inventor of the self-cleaning house, passed away in 2017 at the age of 101.