I’m a ‘true blood gypsy queen’ and these are my top cleaning tips you have to use, it keeps everything spic and span | The Sun

A SELF-TITLED "True Blood Gypsy Queen" has revealed her top cleaning tips to keep your house smelling fresh.

Pashy Goldsmith traded living in a trailer on London's biggest traveller site for a house and gold bling, and she knows a thing or two about keeping it looking its best.


Pashy is a big fan of Fabulosa for her cleaning products and revealed how she kept her house spic and span.

In one video, Pashy showed her huge collection of Fabulosa products which she uses for a variety of cleaning chores.

For the price, which starts at £1 Pashy said you couldn't beat the Fabulosa range which comes in plenty of scents to choose from.

Her favourite scent is 'The Lady in Red' and she uses it pretty much all over her house.

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In one video she showed how she uses Fabulosa carpet foam to keep her carpet smelling and looking fresh.

Simply spray it into the carpet and scrub it in – Pashy said scrubbing it in makes the scent a lot stronger and lasts for days.

In another video, Pashy revealed how you can keep your gold jewellery sparkling new by washing it with toothpaste.

"I’m just going to show you how to bring up your gold and bring it back to life again, all you need is toothpaste and a toothbrush… I think it’s better, gets in all the cracks and gets it up nice," she explains.

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Washing the toothpaste off in the sink, Pashy continues: "Back in the day they used to use boot polish to bring their gold up – let it soak for five minutes, put it in there with some warm water, get a dry cloth, give it a good wipe."

And she thanks her mum for being such a whizz at cleaning, she revealed: "

"I had a good woman, a Romany [traveller] bring me up the right way, how to clean up and do things properly," Pashy reveals.

"'If you can’t do a job properly my girl, don’t do it at all,' my mother’s true saying that is and that will stick with me to the day the lord takes me.

"I don’t believe in men cleaning it up, I like to do it myself."


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