Woman makes £2.6k a week cleaning other people’s homes

Charlotte Bosanquet, a 20-year-old woman from Sydney, Australia, who has found her calling in cleaning hoarders’ homes. Charlotte, who grew up cleaning her parents’ bathroom, developed a passion for transforming grubby spaces.

Although she studied social and criminal justice at university, she decided to take a gap year to pursue her love for cleaning full time. Now, she earns up to £2.6k a week doing what she enjoys most.

Charlotte often takes on the challenge of cleaning homes that are piled high with rubbish, reaching the ceiling.

In some cases, she even offers her services for free or at a low price. She finds great satisfaction in helping people and considers cleaning to be therapeutic.

As the owner of Care Cleaning Services, Charlotte believes that the dirtier the home, the more impact she can make in people’s lives.

She emphasises that there is a common misunderstanding about why homes become cluttered and hoarded, and she refuses to judge her clients.

Charlotte said: “I’m not going to judge them. Hoarding isn’t laziness.”

Before venturing out on her own, Charlotte had been working for a cleaning company while studying. However, she lost her job after being stranded in Fiji for a month in January 2022. In February 2022, she decided to start her own business and, thanks to her growing clientele, she took a gap year to focus on launching her cleaning services.

Charlotte’s work often involves helping hoarders clear out their accumulated rubbish, which can sometimes take days or even months to complete. She follows a three-stage process, which includes sorting the obvious rubbish, creating a keep pile, and a donate pile.

Currently, Charlotte is working on a particularly challenging project—a house with 17 years’ worth of junk piled up to the ceiling. Despite the daunting task, she is excited to get started and is determined to make a significant difference in the home.

In her line of work, Charlotte encounters various items in hoarder homes, including unused appliances still in their original packaging. She often discovers valuable items hidden within the piles.

She said: “People don’t realise how many valuables are in the piles.

“We’ve found new microwaves and dishwashers – still in their packaging.

“We’ve also found dead rats. One we found a coin that turned out to be worth £21k under the carpet. It was very exciting.”

For Charlotte, the most rewarding aspect of her job is not the financial gain but the ability to transform people’s lives along with their homes. Cleaning hoarders’ homes provides her with a sense of therapy and fulfilment.

While she acknowledges that she can earn up to £2.5k in a week, her primary focus is on her passion for helping people. She strives to assist her clients as much as possible, making a positive impact on their lives.

She says: “I try to help as much as possible.”

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