The married mum-of-three ditched her job as a hotel cleaner and will instead clean homes wearing no clothes. She was inspired to start her business in Walderslade, UK, after coming across a woman who was doing clothes-free cleaning in Plymouth. I thought why not try something different?
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Victoria Murphy, 25, from Edinburgh, Scotland, launched her firm Glimmer after graduating with a degree in events management. With a degree in events management and a strong work ethic, Victoria was keen to start a business with a quirky unique selling point. Then working as a beautician, she stumbled across an American company offering a naked cleaning service and the idea for Glimmer was born. At Glimmer we offer our a clients a one of a kind cleaning experience. The naked dress code has certainly done nothing to deter prospective employees, with Victoria receiving over applications last time she advertised for staff.
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Claire O'Connor, 35, decided her job as a hotel cleaner wasn't quite cutting it and has instead upped her game - she'll now tidy clients houses with no clothes on. If her new venture is a success, she hopes to branch out and take on a team of women and male staff too. She explained that she was inspired to start Fantasy Clean when she heard about a woman in Plymouth who had started her own clothing-free cleaning business.