Nudist cleaning company turning down young, slim applicants in favour of older, fuller-figured women

Monday, 16th April 2018, 10:20 am
Updated Monday, 16th April 2018, 10:21 am

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Cleaners are being sought to clean houses for £45 an hour - on condition they do it in the buff.

Naturist Cleaners was founded in 2017 by Laura Smith in response to what she says is “a growing new interest in nude cleaning in British society”.

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Now the company is on the lookout for women to bare all while hovering, dusting, washing dishes, ironing clothes and other household chores.

But if you're thinking of stripping off and offering your services, then take note - Naturist Cleaners’ clients have shown a preference of body type.

Experienced age and fuller figure

Surprisingly, it's not beach-bodied babes who are in hot demand - it's women of an "experienced age and fuller figure".

Smith told the Daily Mail: "Overall there has to be 300 nude cleaners, catering to all kinds of tastes.

"The kind of people that use the service varies. It's not all men, we have females requesting male cleaners.

“Some people who call us think we offer 'undercover services' but our rates are middle tier and reflect otherwise."

Smith went on to say that the company have turned away certain applicants.

"Most of our customers prefer women of a more experienced age and fuller figure,” she said. “Ones that show their years of cleaning experience."

'Nothing smutty about it'

Naturist Cleaners began in London and has since expanded outside the capital.

Bosses insist there’s nothing smutty about it – and that there is absolutely no sexual element either.

Rules state no pictures or videos can be taken and cleaners cannot be touched.

Prices for nude cleaning start at £45 an hour. Fully-clothed cleaning is cheaper, at £25 an hour.

Company bosses say they believe in the “liberty of the true human form” – and the “serenity of a spotlessly-cleaned home”.

Smith said: “We started in London two-years-ago and it’s proved really popular, so we’re expanding.

“It’s a service for the nudist community. We are a cleaning company. There’s nothing sexual about the business at all. The majority of our clients are nudists.

“I understand people will think certain things about the company, but there is nothing untoward about it.”

Speaking earlier this year as they sought to attract applicants from across the UK the company asked interested jobseekers from outside London to get in touch, advising: “We are looking for flexible, responsible cleaners no matter your age or figure.

“We would contact you once we have the need for new cleaners in your area.”