house-cleaning

house-cleaning

n
the act of cleaning the inside of a person's house
References in classic literature ?
Preserving-time was a prolonged festival, and house-cleaning was like a revolution.
House-cleaning must be finished with first, whatever issues of life and death might await beyond.
The data ranges from movie and bowling costs to spas and wellness centers per capita to cost of house-cleaning services.
Before even the first caucuses are held in Iowa, there's already speculation about whether Dean would engineer a house-cleaning at the Democratic National Committee should he win the nomination and, perhaps, the presidency.