A 24-year-old woman who earns £45 an hour by working as a naked cleaner has insisted that it’s a pleasant change from working for hours in the office.
Anna, who wants to keep her identity a secret, works for a company providing professional cleaning services to homes and offices.
Naturist Cleaners was founded by Laura Smith in 2017 in response to what she says was “a growing new interest in nude cleaning in British society”, Wales Online reports.
Despite having never been to any naturist events before, Anna – who says she feels comfortable being naked, and is often nude around her close friends – signed up to the service.
She said: “I was new to naturism. I had never done it before – I hadn’t even been on a nudist beach or anything like that. I’d just done it in private. I wasn’t nervous because I’m quite comfortable being naked.
“I found the first time quite liberating if anything, because I like being naked. If I’m by myself or with my close friends or a boyfriend, I’ll walk around naked. I’m not sure exactly why I like it, I just feel more comfortable that way.
“I think the only scary part was I didn’t know who was going to open the door. Was I going to be safe?
“But it was actually fine and the client was really lovely. He kept asking if I felt comfortable and kept on making conversation, which was quite relaxing. So I felt quite comfortable soon after.
“It was in a flat. I did some hoovering and some dusting. Just really simple stuff, I cleaned their bathroom as well. It’s a nice change after being stuck in a stuffy office all day.”
Anna says she can have between three to four cleaning jobs a week, earning around £45 an hour in the nude, as well as £23 an hour to clean with her clothes on, though she’s only ever had one fully-clothed job.
“All the clients I’ve had are single men, who live by themselves. They’re all different ages, from about their late twenties to fifties,” she said.
“They’re usually quite professional men.”
They also make it clear that the service is not and should not be treated as a sexual service.
“I wear normal clothes [to the job], I usually just wear jeans and a hoodie,” Anna said. “I ask the client to confirm that there’s nobody else in the house and that they’re there by themselves. And that they’re not recording. I take the payment and I ask them what they want me to do.”
Anna then takes all of her clothes off and begins cleaning.
“A lot of time it is hoovering and dusting, but the houses are never awfully dirty. They’re normally reasonably clean and just need a bit of tidying.
“So, I’ll tidy around a bit and do whatever they need doing. I haven’t been asked to do anything odd. A lot of time, they just like talking to me.
“They’re just usually normal conversations, just about life and stuff. There’s nothing seedy about it – it’s just nice.”