The night you checked in you said the room and bathroom was fine. Later in the night, you said you felt that the sheets were dirty and you don't mean to be disrespectful because it is my house, I understood you meant no disrespect and changed the sheets in front of you. You never .mentioned that you felt the room was dirty, if so I could have cleaned the room once more in front of you. I always assure that the rooms and sheets are clean. I clean the home like I clean my own.About the other guests hair and teeth brushing issue, you let me know a day before you left. I did speak with them and they agreed to fix these issues. However you were not able to see this, most likely since you checked out. I suggest that next time you book a room with a price that you believe is cheap, read through the description and house rules to make sure you're ok with everything before you book. It is your money and youd want to spend it wisely, so maybe spend a little more and you can get a room where you won't have to deal with the other guests and their cleanliness. Shared bathrooms are hard to maintain clean because some people aren't as clean as others. That is an issue with shared bathrooms. Next time you can get a room where you don't share (Website hidden by Airbnb) are signs all over the house that state that loud music or noises need to be quiet at 11pm, it also mentioned that there is to be no smoking of any kind of substance on the property, this is a rule because of the kids in the neighborhood and my own children.However, it seems I don't have enough signs or they aren't large enough because you still smoked on the porch. To my knowledge you were comfortable,however I could have rubbed you the wrong way when I pointed out that there was no smoking allowed.