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Married woman gets paid $60 an hour to clean men’s houses in birthday suit

Married Emily Nikols helps provide for her baby daughter by stripping completely starkers save for rubber gloves to scrub bathrooms, dust shelves and other general household chores

 Mum Emily earns £45 an hour cleaning men's houses while completely naked


But she insists her naturist clients – who are forbidden from making advances – are complete gentlemen and claims even though they watch her mop, scour and sponge in the n*de she DOESN’T feel like a s*x object.

Emily, from Liverpool, said: “To me cleaning nak*d is really not a big deal – it is completely normal.


 Married Emily helps provide for her baby daughter stripping off in clients' homes

“I’m just a really confident person and am really comfortably with n*dity so being n*ked doesn’t faze me at all.

“While cleaning n*ked was something I had never done before, it just felt really natural to do.


“This fits in really well round my daughter, and it is a really well-paid job – the money is good for what you have to do.

 Emily says cleaning naked feels like a 'really natural' thing for her to do


“So far it has been a really positive experience. There hasn’t been anything which has made me think twice.

“The clients are really respectful and chivalrous. They carry the hoover up the stairs for me and offer glasses of water.

“The most common question people ask is ‘is it warm enough?’ but after a few minutes carrying a hoover around you definitely are.


 Emily says the role works for her because it allows her to earn money while caring for her nine-month-old daughter

“My friends and sisters know and are really supportive. My husband was initially a little concerned for my safety but he loves me a lot and trusts me– I am an adult. Husband is not insecure at all and really confident

“But I’m not there to be a s*x object – so it doesn’t matter if I have a few stretch marks on my hips or a baby belly.


“Everyone has a n*ked body under their clothes, I’m not sure why we’re all so uptight about it.”

 Emily described her clients as 'really respectful and chivalrous' and says she is yet to have a negative experience


Emily found her lucrative new career after a friend told her about women who are paid to film themselves cleaning their own homes in the n*de.

She then found firm Naturist Cleaners on Google.

The company employs almost 80 male and female staff across the UK, and she has been doing the job for five weeks so far.


 Emily told how her husband was initially concerned about her new line of work

Cleaners are paid $60 an hour and their clients must enter into a strict contract which forbids them from making any advances towards them.

Due to their bare skin cleaners cannot do heavy duty cleaning or use strong chemicals and the only accessories they wear are rubber gloves and optional slippers.


Emily added: “Before my first job I was a little bit nervous but it was completely ok.

“The clients are naturists so for them it is completely normal to be n*ked, and that makes you feel normal and comfortable.


 New mum Emily insists she's not there to be a 'sex object'


“It’s not about your own body, it’s about making a n*turist person feel happy and comfortable.

“They don’t care if you are young and gorgeous or 65 and wrinkly, it’s about being comfortable.

“There is only stigma attached because someone attaches a stigma. If the client is happy and confident you feel like it is a normal thing and there is nothing to be concerned or nervous about.


“I arrive clothed because as much as the client and I don’t have a problem with it, that’s not to say the neighbours don’t mind, and get undressed indoors.

 Emily found her lucrative new career after a friend told her about women who are paid to film themselves cleaning their own homes in the nude

“Then we have a bit of chit chat, I do my jobs and then go. I have never felt uncomfortable but if I ever felt there was anything untoward I would be able to leave.”

Company director Laura Smith said the company offers services to both male and female clients and employs both male and female cleaners.


Laura, from London, ran a domestic cleaning company before an unexpected enquiry from a local n*turist gave her the idea to set up the business – and she now also enjoys attending n*dist events.

She said: “I had never been a n*dist myself but I had always been quite an open-minded person and I like to try new things.

“One day a local n*turist asked me to clean his house fully-clothed and was happy to pay extra to make me feel comfortable.


“I went, and he was the best client I have ever had. He was very friendly and professional, I never felt unsafe or uncomfortable.

“Now for the business to have taken off so well is a dream come true really. No one else is doing this and it has been quite life-changing really.

“The majority of clients are male practising naturists from the n*dist community. They pay for this service so they can get someone who has the same views and the same beliefs. A lot of naturists keep this part of themselves from their families and friends, so it is nice to find someone who understands.


“Our cleaners are from all walks of life and we are completely open in terms of age and body type, although we don’t like to take on people who are very young.

“Our cleaners must never be open to offers or advances. Our terms which the clients must agree to state clearly that we do not offer anything else, and never to ask this of our cleaners.

“Especially these days, when there is a full market of services out there, we want to send out the right message. We want people to understand this is not s*xual – we do not do anything else than just professional cleaning. There has to be mutual respect.”