A topless female cleaner makes £50 per hour - her partner is okay with it but some of her clients have creepy requests

A topless female cleaner makes £50 per hour  - her partner is okay with it but some of her clients have creepy requests
Published 12 months ago on Mar 13, 2023

A woman who works as a naked cleaner has revealed the weirdest parts of the job - including clients who are also naked.

Lottie Rae, 32, took up the unusual role to make some extra money in 2017, and charges £50 an hour - estimating she's made a few thousand pounds over the years.

The British cleaner says in the six years she's been working as a naked cleaner she's had a range of clients - including some who just want company, naturists, and others who 'hope for something more'.

The cleaner, who describes herself as 'free-spirited' says the role has made her feel more body confident and even says it's empowering.

Lottie said: 'There's a fair few people who are creepy - a handful of the guys I clean for book cleaners on the premise they will get something else.

'I'm clear I'm there just to clean but they'll say that other cleaners have been strippers or given massages.

'The money has definitely helped. I wouldn't do it if I wasn't being paid the financial incentive.'

After dabbling in side-hustles like selling second hand clothes, Lottie picked up her first job as a naked cleaner in October 2017 as a way to earn some extra cash.

And now she posts about her adventures on her Instagram account, @musings-from-a-naked-cleaner.

She worked in her local area, with a mix of clients hiring her services, and says the role appealed to her as she wanted to earn more money while meeting new people and trying new things.

She claims she works with a range of clients - from older men looking for company, to younger guys with disposable income who want to 'try something different'.

While most of her clients are friendly and don't overstep the mark, she says some can push things too far.

'I'm always looking for ways to make extra money and I quite like being naked, so I though "okay, I'll try it",' said Lottie.

'The first job I was booked for I didn't end up going.

'I freaked myself out after looking at the house on Google Maps and seeing it backed onto woodland and I was supposed to be there in the evening.

'But going forwards I thought 'I can do this' and started accepting jobs. I've met all sorts of people over the years.

'One of my clients I cleaned for three time altogether, and his house was the dirtiest house I've ever come across in my life, teeming with dirt and grime.

'But when I got there he didn't want me to clean it at all.

'He wasn't creepy or pervy, he just wanted some company.

'I don't even wear gloves half the time even though I know I should - if it's a really dirty house I'm a bit conscious of where I stand but usually it doesn't bother me at all.

'One time a guy put porn on his TV and I had to say no. The people who are slightly creepier tend to have perfectly clean houses so it's kind of an indicator.

'I've cleaned for some younger guys who seem more sociable, they're out and about and just have disposable income and want to try something different.

'Another guy I've worked with [for the whole six years] is a nudist, so to him it's right up his street.

'He's already naked when I get in, we have a coffee and I play with his dog and then get to work.

'The clients will get naked as well - a few of them are quite nervous at first and keep their clothes on until they're confident enough to take them off.

'My friends and family know what I do, but I think they wonder why I do it. They think all these men are weird and creepy but in general they're nice people.

'Over six years I've been in a couple of relationships and they've been completely cool with it, my current partner sound with it which is refreshing know a lot of my friend's partners wouldn't be okay with it.'

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