To clarify, the purple shampoo is for blonde hair and is not hair dye: Clairol Professional Shimmering Lights shampoo. It could not have stained the bathroom. It washes off easily. I used washable spray-in hair dye on Halloween and washed the bathroom afterwards. Again, this could not have stained the bathroom as it is washable. Regarding the fish oil, I left a note on the table when I left apologizing and explaining that I scrubbed the table but believed Goo-Off would be necessary to remove the stain (which I did not have). If that did not remove the stain, I would have been more than happy to replace the item had Thomas or Issa communicated this to me before posting this review. They did not. Regarding the grinding of coffee beans, I was doing so in a kitchen. This is what the kitchen is for. When the hosts alerted me that they were waking up when I ground the coffee (which happened one time at 5A when I had an early morning meeting), we agreed that 6A was a good compromise. Regarding keeping the front door open till 10P, this happened once on a day where I had spoken with the hosts about having a good-bye dinner at the apt. I was leaving NYC to take care of my grandfather in KY and I wanted an intimate gathering of my closest friends to say goodbye. They were flexible for the 10 guests I had arriving and we agreed on a stop time of 10P given their work schedules. Hence, the front door was left open for these guests. Regarding the day I cooked all day, this was for this dinner and was one day over the course of a 2 month stay. Regarding music playing, my hosts played music all of the time yet it was not OK for a guest to do so on minimal occasions while cooking in the kitchen?! Regarding having friends over without asking, this happened on two separate days over 2 months: once a friend came over for her birthday dinner and once a friend stopped by for an hour. Why would I ask ahead in either of these situations? Are friends not allowed?! This is not an acceptable 'boundary' or 'rule' for an Airbnb location. It's an acceptable rule for a convent. I do not understand why a host would not want an Airbnb guest to be comfortable in the space that I am paying for. After reading this review from my hosts, I would not stay there again. Like I said in my review, it appeared that these hosts want absolutely no footprint from the guest yet want payment for using the space. This is unfair.