A woman has created her own naked cleaning company, and she already employs 15 people – including three men – who charge between £55 to £75 an hour depending on the level of nudity. Victoria, 25, started the company after testing the waters herself by cleaning homes in the buff in Edinburgh, where she lives. ‘I didn’t want to put my staff into any situation I had not experienced myself,’ said Victoria, who lives with her pet Daschund, Louis. With a degree in events management and a strong work ethic, the entrepreneur was keen to start a business with a quirky selling point and began considering the adult service sector.
When working as a beautician, she toyed with the idea of starting a webcam work business – though she wouldn’t be getting in front of the camera herself – but then stumbled across an American company offering a naked cleaning service and the idea for Glimmer was born. ‘I knew I wanted something in that adult niche which would be fun and risqué but not extreme,’ she said. ‘We are not an escort service. What we offer is fun and flirty. ‘When I did it for a while, I had a laugh and nothing untoward happened.’
Glimmer offers three tiers of adult cleaning with hourly prices – a service in lingerie or underwear costs £55, topless cleaning is £65 and completely naked cleaning costs £75. Victoria said: ‘None of my staff ever have to do anything they don’t feel comfortable with. ‘The client will choose the option they prefer and I will match the cleaner to that choice.’ The naked dress code has certainly done nothing to deter prospective employees, with Victoria receiving over 100 applications last time she advertised for staff. ‘The most important thing is that someone has professional cleaning experience,’ she said. ‘Then they need to have a good personality, because engaging with the client, chatting to them and feeling comfortable being naked is all part of what makes someone right for this role.’ But Victoria admits that their 20 regular clients and 15 who book an occasional clean, have completely shattered her preconceptions about the type of person she imagined would use the service…Continue Reading