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Season 7 / Episode 2 and airs on 25 April 2017 19:00
"Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners" is a documentary series which takes a look at a group of Briton people who wage a constant war on dirt and order. The cameras follow people, who by their own admission, are so obsessed with cleaning that they can't relax if there is a spot or dirt anywhere in their houses.
The first cleaner is Croatian-born Natasha, who loves to look for dirt in hidden places and makes sure every inch of her home is perfect. Natasha meets Suzanne to help clean her chaotic two-bedroomed home, which has become overrun with mountains of jigsaws. The second volunteer cleaner is Vijay, who hates clutter and has five vacuum cleaners. Vijay meets jewellery maker Poly in north London in a one bedroomed flat which she hasn't cleaned in years. And Hayley and the team clean out some disgusting cupboards.
The first cleaner is cafe owner Sandra, who hates dirt and germs so much that she forbids outside clothes to be worn indoors. Sandra helps Karl, who lives an alternative lifestyle on a boat in Norfolk with his dog Cooper. With a stinking toilet and a galley filled with mouldy pans, Sandra faces the biggest cleaning job of her life. The second volunteer cleaner is Maxine, who hates clutter and spends up to four hours each day keeping her home looking pristine. Maxine meets retired librarian Dianne, who lives in a house in Norwich which she hasn't cleaned in three years. Dianne's kitchen is so bad, she eats breakfast in a cafe opposite. And Hayley and her fellow cleaners tackle some disgusting showers.
In this new series, obsessive cleaners Tina and Mark fly from Britain to Texas to do battle with Patrick's countryside ranch, which is infested with clutter, cobwebs and dog poo.
In this episode, Hayley and Kris visit a retired academic Professor Widdecombe in Vermont, who hasn't properly cleaned his nine bedroom historic property for a decade. The home is covered in cobwebs and cat hair, and each room is over-stuffed with possessions.
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