Run-of-the-mill cleaning jobs typically pay from minimum wage to about $25 an hour. But, if you can do deep cleaning — scrubbing baby equipment; barbecues; dryer vents; or engage in other specialized cleaning — you can earn a small fortune. But the work isn’t as regular. So which cleaning jobs do you prefer?

Deep cleaning Regular household cleaning

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