Queensland Naked Cleaning Business Under Fire From Councillor, Owner Counters Operations Are Legal
Bare All Cleaning Service is just like any other home commercial cleaning companies in Sydney or across Australia, save for one minor detail; all the cleaners work nude.
For that reason, Gold Coast councillor Dawn Crichlow slammed the business while being interviewed on Gold FM. She describes the business, which has both male and female cleaners handling household duties for customers either with minimal clothing or in the nude, as disgraceful, calling it wrong at least three times.
Councillor Crichlow says that the workers are not really cleaning, after being informed that clients paid AU$90/hour for a bikini clad cleaner or AU$149 for one in the buff. She’s already questioned the legality of the business in a prior interview with the Gold Coast Bulletin, and has openly asked whether or not the police is aware of the legality of the business. She says that these cleaners need a real job, maybe in another commercial cleaning companies in Sydney and that such practices are not something the Gold Coast needs.
Founder of Bare All Cleaning Services, Brett Jones, at the councillor’s claims, saying that the comments about the business was completely out of line, adding that he thinks that the councillor had no idea what the business was about; that it wasn’t a sex service as she insinuated.
He says that the councillor was wrong to pigeonhole the business with brothels and massage parlours when all the business was commercial cleaning with a unique selling point; that cleaners get paid more to wear less.
Mr. Jones elaborated, saying that the company had strict rules when it comes to operations, which include a no-touching rule, and that staff, male and female alike, only did household duties in what he describes as a cheeky and fun environment. He says that the point of the business is to give Bare All Cleaning Service a unique selling point in the crowded cleaning market.
Judging by the company’s recent performance, that selling point is working, with the business having recently expanded, now competing with commercial cleaning companies in Sydney and Melbourne, with Jones adding that it would also expand into Perth and Adelaide soon, with staff expected to go up from 50 to 150.
He says that they’re not breaking any laws, and their operational rules make sure that they weren’t hurting anyone. In another jab to the councillor, he adds that the company received 96 booking from Ms. Crichlow’s electorate, which he says is proof of how out of touch she was regarding her constituents.