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Cleaning company advertises a £50 per hour maid role – but you must be fully NAKED

A CLEANING company is looking for new cleaners to join them for £50 per hour - but you must do the work entirely naked. 

The Liverpool-based company has a “look but don’t touch” policy, and applicants must scrub and clean fully nude, topless or wearing lingerie. 

A cleaning company is looking for naked cleaners who could earn £50 per hour
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A cleaning company is looking for naked cleaners who could earn £50 per hourCredit: Alamy

The Naked Cleaning Company is looking to hire both men and women and say they hope to recruit “confident, professional and hardworking cleaners.”

Company founder and director Nikki Belton, told Liverpool Echo: “We're a national company and since the business was launched on Friday, it's gone massive. 

“We already have 2,500 customers and people wanting to work for us.

“There is a niche market in the UK for naked cleaning and I just thought it was something different.”

The company is looking to hire both men and women for their nude company
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The company is looking to hire both men and women for their nude companyCredit: Getty - Contributor

If you wish to hire the services of stripped down cleaner, the fees are £75 per hour for topless and lingerie cleaning, and £95 per hour for nude cleaning.

You must book a minimum of two hours and you can only observe the cleaning from afar. 

The opportunity may sound bold, but the average rate for traditional cleaners is £8.10 per hour, according to PayScale. 

We  previously reported how London-based Naturist Cleaners were inundated with job applications after offering women £45 an hour to tidy houses in the nude.

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