/ 4 January 2019

In recent years in the UK, there has been a 29% rise in households hiring cleaners, with a quarter of households now relying on domestic help at least once a fortnight. A recent report found that the cleaning industry now contributes £24 million to the UK economy and employs more than 700,000 people.

One cleaning company has ensured that cleaning doesn’t have to be considered a chore. Boasting the services of over 400 staff, Naturist Cleaners is the UK’s leading professional nude cleaning service for the nudist community. They offer three cleaning services: one with the client nude, one with the cleaner nude, and the option of both. Clients can request male or female cleaners of a range of ages, shapes and sizes. The majority of their clients are also nudists and must agree to a strict “no touch” policy.

Naturist Cleaners are on the hunt for a new band of naked cleaners to join their ranks, with demand for their services surging up and down the country. They’re looking for part-time cleaners of all ages and figures. Applicants of both sexes are welcome but must be aged 25 or over

Do The Right Thing’s Ruth spoke with Naturists Cleaners owner Laura Smith to find out more about the industry and the role that her company plays init. She was later joined existing naturist cleaners Cat and Steve in the kitchen to find out what the perks of the job are. Ruth was also privy to observing first-hand how four trialists fared as they stripped off, cleaning in the buff for the first time.