Naked cleaners put the fun back into housework
CLEANING your home has never been so sensual, or easy, with this quirky North Coast business.
As the name implies, the staff at Bare All Cleaning strip down and work in their rawest form - nude.
Founder Brett Jones said when starting his new cleaning business, he was looking for differentiation.
"We saw a gap in the market for this type of thing," he said.
The demand was certainly there, as on their opening day three months ago, Mr Jones received more than 70 enquires for his niche service.
"The interest has just been overwhelming, people are really warming to the idea of the naturalist movement," he said.
"Some people will get it done every week or once a month or whatever, other people see it as a once off thing for a birthday, wedding or anniversary gift, something along those lines."
Bare All Cleaning is currently servicing clients from Byron Bay to Noosa and west to Toowoomba.
"We've got 31 people working for us, male and female," Mr Jones said.
"We cater for all shapes and sizes, sexual preferences and all that stuff."
Mr Jones said he had a wide range of different clients.
"People in their 90s all the way down to flatmates in their 20s," he said.
"I would say the main market would be the 35 to 50-year-olds just adding a bit of spice to life."
Aria has been working for Bare All Cleaning for just under three months and said she quite enjoyed the work.
"I really like it, it's something exciting where you get to meet new people," she said.
By day she is a surveyor, and does the nude cleaning on the side on the Gold Coast and in Northern NSW.
"It's something different from the normal thing I guess," she said.
Services start from $90 for an hour and can go up to $145.
Bookings can be made online at www.bareallcleaning.com.
"Everyone books online for confidentiality, the booking manager will give them a call to find out preferences and to go through the terms and conditions," Mr Jones said.
Mr Jones said his team was there for clients' entertainment, but there is a strict "look but don't touch" policy in place for the safety of his staff.
"Don't come onto the staff, don't make them feel uncomfortable and give them their space to do what they need to do," he said.
"People enjoy it. First and foremost it's a cleaning service, but it's a point of difference.
"We want the household chores to be cheeky and fun, not just a bore."