How Clean Is Your House?
About the Show
Kim Woodburn and Aggie MacKenzie boldly go where no mop has gone before. Their mission? To help the UK's most domestically challenged households clean up their acts. The gloves are on.
Series 2 Summary
The make-over show with a difference returns for a second series. How Clean Is Your House? snoops around some of the most horrifyingly filthy homes imaginable, exposing the deepest dirtiest corners before giving them the ultimate deep cleanse.
Jenny Brockway is a teacher who lives with her 12-year-old-daughter Abi, four dogs, a cat, and six horses in the adjacent stables and she is never in the house.
Kim and Aggie, the nations dream cleaners, find themselves in the seaside town of Ramsgate to rescue Caroline Perkins who is under siege from the messy men in her life.
Full-time musician Leon is the front-man for rock band Blues Express. He has lived in the same house all his life and the place hasn't had a thorough clean or been redecorated.
Kim and Aggie are called to Nottingham to clean up for Corinne and her 11 birds, who enjoy an open-door policy on their cages, leaving a trail of guano-related destruction.
The series that reveals the labour-saving, cost-cutting trade secrets of the cleaning professionals. This episode features Alistair Eggo in Glasgow.
In this edition takeaway king Ting Wong has let his household hygiene spiral out of control. His lounge is littered with mouldy evidence of his fast food addiction.
The show that snoops around some of the most filthy homes imaginable, exposing the deepest dirtiest corners before giving them the ultimate deep cleanse.
Marc Bangs is a computer programmer by day, but by night he's a dirty elf who spends hours playing fantasy games on his computer, while the mess builds up all around him.
The filthy Fletcher family from Leeds are in this show and there are some very unwelcome surprises in store for the nation's dream cleaners.
Crossword fanatic Rosy Lovelady hasn't cleaned her filthy flat for 24 years. She spends all her time pondering puzzles rather than solving her hygiene problems.
Vince and his daughter Steph are locked in a battle of blame over who does the cleaning. As a result nothing gets done. Kim and Aggie go to Newcastle to umpire this contest.
Julie Holden spends all her time studying and no time cleaning. Kim and Aggie travel to Clitheroe to set her some serious housework homework.
Kim and Aggie travel to south-east London to pay a visit on the Rance family: mum Jaki, daughter Annie and son Daniel.
The duo venture north of the border to Scotland to clean up country music-loving Linda Spiers. In amongst the Johnny Cash CDs a troop of five cats have taken over her house.
Kim and Aggie head to Newquay to clean out the home of surfer Jagger Short, who would rather be out on his board atop a big wave than clean up his filthy kitchen.
Kim and Aggie are on a mission to clean up the Watsham family's houseboat home. Eight years of dirt and clutter are threatening to sink their stinking ship.