Mum starts naked cleaning business charging £95 per hour

Caroline Allen
·2-min read
Claire O'Connor used to work as a cleaner in a hotel. (SWNS)
Claire O'Connor used to work as a cleaner in a hotel. (SWNS)

Claire O’Conner, 35, has recently set up a naked cleaning business called Fantasy Clean charging £95 per hour and triggering an uproar in her local community.

The married mum-of-three ditched her job as a hotel cleaner and will instead clean homes wearing no clothes.

She has created a three tiered pricing structure dependent on what her clients are looking for.

This includes £95 an hour for fully-nude cleaning, £85 for topless or £75 for lingerie or in an outfit such as a French maid.

If her idea is successful she hopes to employ men and women to join her business.

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She was inspired to start her business in Walderslade, Kent, after coming across a woman who was doing clothes-free cleaning in Plymouth.

“It's still early stages of getting it going. I thought why not try something different? I thought someone will enjoy it.” O’Connor said about her new business venture.

“I'm quite outgoing, I'm not a shy kind of person. It might be kind of awkward the first few times, but the more you get to know the client, the more it will subside.

“It will be domestic cleaning with one cleaner and one client in the house, obviously no going outside.

“There will be no funny business, no touching, no taking photos, no extras, just going in, doing your work and leaving.”

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She will carry out checks on people’s homes before agreeing to take them on as clients to ensure she is going about her work safely.

Regardless of the financial potential of her idea, it took her husband, Rob, a little time to adjust to the idea.

“He's on board, he is fine with it; he knows what kind of person I am. I am a little bit crazy and he knows it's not to do with that kind of thing.”

Her new idea has sparked strong opinions with locals, with people either loving or hating the idea.

“She's turned an hourly rate around from what would typically be minimum wage to more than a doctor earns. Good luck to her, I say.” One local resident said.

Another not so keen person said: “How low will some people go to make money. It's a form of prostitution. Is nothing sacred or decent in this world anymore?”

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