Entrepreneur launches a naked cleaning firm for nude maids

Entrepreneur launches a naked cleaning firm for nude maids

A woman who hails from Edinburgh in Scotland has launched a cleaning service with a difference, where staff perform their duties in various states of undress. Victoria Murphy was inspired to launch her initiative after hearing about another, similar business in the states. She quit her job as a beautician and summoned her events management skills to found a company called Glimmer. After giving nude cleaning a try herself, she now employs a 15-strong army of naked cleaners, including three men, and charges between £55 ($71) and £75 ($98) an hour for their service.

Despite the raunchy theme, Victoria says that her friends and family have been very supportive of her business, and she claims that she's had over 100 people apply for a job last time she advertised for staff. She's been so successful thus far that she wants to expand her business to other cities in Scotland, such as Glasgow or Aberdeen, before eventually moving on to the rest of the UK.

Commenting on her business in a recent interview, Victoria stated: "I knew I wanted something in that adult niche which would be fun and risqué but not extreme. 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. 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."

"I do spend a lot of time explaining to people that this is a serious cleaning business, too. We clean to a very high standard. Most people ask what the client does while the cleaner is working. They imagine they just sit there while the cleaner puts on a show, but that’s not what we do,” Victoria added: “A lot of clients have never done anything like this before and are often quite shy. So the cleaner will chat and engage with them, but, most importantly, they’ll get on with the job of cleaning the house."

She added: "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 ... We have male cleaners available but women asking for men isn’t something that comes up a lot. We’re definitely trying to work on that side of things and build it up."

An image of Victoria Murphy. Credit: Press Association

You can keep up-to-date with Victoria's cleaning service via their official Twitter account, or why not visit their official website for further information? Be warned though - it's definitely not safe for work!