Would £45 an Hour be Enough to Make You Clean a Stranger's House While Naked?

By Tom Pritchard on at

Times are tough, and with Brexit coming some say they might get tougher. There are a lot of ways you can earn money on the side of your regular job, and one naturalist cleaning firm hopes it can entice you into working for them. You could earn £45 an hour, provided you're willing to clean someone's house with no clothes on.

Rather than marketing towards fetishists and those types some people would dismiss as weirdos or perverts, Naturist Cleaners is, according to owner Laura Smith, a service for nudists. So it's not sexual at all, and means anyone willing to work for the company will also have to be comfortable with naked clients being around. The rules also state that there is no photography, video recording, or touching allowed, so it's all about the cleaning.

For anyone not willing to strip of to while they do some dusting, the company also offers clothed cleaning jobs that are pay £25 for the first hour and £20 thereafter. That's still a very reasonable salary, provided you're still comfortable with the prospect of naked clients. It's only not just open to women, though apparently there is greater demand for female cleaners. The company also doesn't discriminate based on age or figure either.

If you're into hiring naked people, there's a £30 and £20 booking fee for naked and clothed cleaners respectively. I'm no expert on cleaning services and their prices, but it does seem a bit pricey. That said, it's a niche service and for someone who doesn't want to put on clothes simply because they've got the cleaner coming round it may well be a small price to pay.

If you want to apply for a job all you have to do is hit up the Naturist Cleaners website and fill in an application form. It does warn that there are a lot of applicants, so there's a two week wait before you're likely to hear back. Anyone wanting to book a cleaner for themselves can find also contact information on the site, with cleaners available across the UK.