There really wasn't much of a plot behind this manga, it mostly focused on the day-to-day experiences of the characters.
The art was pretty good. The expressions of the characters capture their emotions well. The design of the dragons also complimented their unique features.
The characters are diverse and provide good comedy in their interactions while remaining light and simple.
I found the tips on cleaning quite endearing. Growing up a sheltered child I never had to think about cleaning anything as we had a housekeeper. All I knew was a vacuum, and mop and cloth with soap. These days I often help
out with cleaning and have found it unorthodoxly fun.
This manga was legit educational, giving tips on cleaning with the fantasy and story as a bonus.
The characters really liven the story with each chapter showcasing their progress on learning how to clean after overcoming trials, many of which are rooted in the negligence of cleaning in the first place.
Overall, the manga fulfilled its purpose to teach readers about cleaning while also providing a casual, lighthearted fantasy read.