- TikToker Vanesa Amaro has achieved what few Hispanics have.
- What she earns per month is “incredible.”
- The Mexican came to the U.S. to “succeed.”
Hispanic TikToker reveals how much she’s earning for cleaning houses in the U.S. TikTok has produced many stars, especially during the pandemic last year. Millions of people upload different content and gain many followers on this platform. This is the case for Vanesa Amaro, a Mexican who surprised her many followers.
Amaro lives in Texas and is dedicated to cleaning houses, from small apartments to large mansions. Doing her daily work, she realized that she could help thousands of people devoted to cleaning or having difficulty finding solutions to certain types of dirt in their homes.
Vanesa Amaro surprises everyone with what she earns cleaning houses in the United States
As of this writing, the Mexican influencer has almost 5 million followers on TikTok and about 300 thousand on Instagram. She has content in both English and Spanish and has accumulated more than 100 million likes on her TikTok profile aimed at the Hispanic community.
Decorations in toilet paper, cleaning products, tricks to remove difficult stains, and routines to make cleaning easier are some of the topics that the Hispanic woman talks about in her videos. Her videos are also accompanied by regional Mexican music and with a characteristic humor and way of speaking that have hooked millions of users.
The TikToker breaks the silence and talks about how much she really earns for cleaning houses
Based on the comments on her TikTok videos, many are very curious to know how much Vanessa earns for cleaning houses in the U.S. In a video she published last April, Vanessa Amaro answered the million-dollar question.
The video of the Hispanic woman entitled “How much I earn?” obtained more than 1.5 million likes and about 25 thousand people shares. The well-known TikToker begins by saying, “My mother taught me that this question is not asked …,” and jokingly throws a wad of bills at the camera.
How much do you charge to clean houses?
Despite her mother’s advice, the Mexican TikToker decided to tell her followers how much she earns for cleaning houses in the United States. “For all my nosy (followers), here it goes … I clean super small apartments starting at $70,” the Hispanic woman said with a cheerful smile.
“I clean houses that I can charge up to $800,” the immigrant revealed. However, she stressed that when she cleans houses at that value, she only does it once a day “because if I don’t, I will die,” the TikToker said jokingly. But how much does the TikToker Vanesa Amaro really charge a month?
Vanesa said she left a lot of customers: Does she no longer need the money?
The woman continued to reveal the details of her business. “But when they are apartments or small- or medium-sized houses, it took up to four a day to clean. Well, it used to be because I already left many of my clients,” she said in the video. This last statement also raised doubts. Does she no longer need the money?
In this regard, Vanesa said that she would later explain why she had “abandoned” many of her clients. The TikToker explained how much she charges to make her followers understand how much she makes in total for cleaning houses in the United States. The simple woman has managed to position herself on TikTok due to her charisma and way of speaking.
TikToker reveals how much she makes a month cleaning houses in the United States
“I charge normal houses between $120 and $170,” she revealed. “So we’re talking about more or less like $500 a day,” said the Mexican. However, the TikToker assured that he could earn “sometimes more, sometimes less.”
“You simply pay a lot here for house cleaning,” said the young woman who, as a result of her videos, has managed to position herself on the platform and obtain a collaboration with a large sponge company. This opportunity would mean that the Hispanic TikToker would be earning more $15,500 per month. To watch the video, click here.
Millionaire family in Mexico spent more than 50 thousand dollars in the mall in one day
Mexican influencers are dominating social media platforms in different ways. While Vanesa Amaro gains followers for sharing information about her work, a millionaire family gains fame for their way of life. The Díaz family are millionaires in Mexico. They opened the doors of their ranches and invited a YouTuber to document their eccentric lifestyle. On this occasion, they went to an exclusive shopping center to make a “little shopping.”
Escorted and using luxurious cars, the whole family went to a shopping center. Their first stop was at the Gran Vía store, a luxurious shoe and accessories boutique in Mexico. The millionaire family was able to shop comfortably since the store was closed to the public.
Stores closed so that the millionaire family could shop “comfortably”
Arriving at the store, the family had an hour reserved for their expensive purchases. The Díaz family is made up of Father Ángel, his wife Joelia, and their five children, Karen, Brayan, Ángel Jr., and twins Jordy and Joan. The first thing they bought was a pair of tennis shoes ranging between $2,300 and $3,200.
The millionaire family’s first purchase was a pair of shoes especially commissioned for the head of the family, Mr. Ángel. With a laser-designed sole and python skin and being the only pair in Mexico, these sneakers are the most exclusive product at the luxurious store.
The millionaire family spent $10,000 on just seven articles of clothes
Immediately, one of the employees took out two garments that he did not even have on display, being exclusive to the Diaz family. Later, an employee showed a sweater worth more than $700, which the older brother took home. The twins had “a hard time” finding something for themselves.
Gran Vía has few designs repeated for its exclusivity. However, they tried two sweatshirts for $1,150 and $1,350 with Swarovski crystals. “I think it is one of the luxuries we give ourselves, having unique pieces from different brands,” the father said when asked about his way of dressing.
The Díaz family spent thousands of dollars on a few clothes with Swarovski crystals
Before leaving the luxurious store, the millionaire family served themselves a couple of bottles of champagne, made a toast, and went to pay the bill of 198 thousand pesos, about 10 thousand dollars, for just seven garments. Then, they went to Palacio de Hierro.
YouTuber Yulay accompanied them to their next stop. The second stop was at the Rolex store, where Angel, the youngest of the millionaire family, was going to buy a luxurious watch. She preferred to order a larger one with diamonds, which costs $16,400.
The Diaz spent thousands on clothes that only they own
The next stop was the luxurious Louis Vuitton store. In this boutique, the twins finally found clothes for themselves. It was two of the same colorful shirts that Joan and Jordy bought. For her part, Karen, the older sister, bought some boots for around $1,500.
In the same store, they spent $7,000 on just five items. They immediately went to the famous and exclusive Gucci store. “There is no p *** that my guys take what they want, and if they want, we will do a giveaway,” the father said when he found out the price of a pair of pants that his youngest son asked for.
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