My working day starts with my alarm going off at 7am and I travel to work in my car.

I work seven days a week and most jobs start around 9am. I have 31 regular weekly clients, 23 of whom I clean for myself. I have two ladies working for me and one of them is my mum Sarah Roberts. She will only be sad if I forget to mention her!

My clients are based around Chester, the Wirral and all the way to Llandudno.

When at a client’s house I do all the basic cleaning: bathrooms, kitchen, polishing and vacuuming. When I am at a clients with a bigger house, I’m there most of the day and do washing of clothes, ironing and changing beds.

I have between three to five clients in one day so I am always in and out of my car. When it comes to lunch I have very little time to sit down for a break.

Other than my regular clients I also do carpet cleaning, oven cleaning, house moves, spring cleaning and builders cleans. I tend to do these in between regular clients and on weekends.

I usually finish work around six or seven o’clock.

I started my business when I was 20 with only three clients and it has taken me five years to build up to where I am today. I really enjoy my job and want to keep working hard expanding the business more as I get older. It has been very tiring at times but worth it.

I went into cleaning straight from college. I worked for a company from 18-years-old then worked my way up to supervisor. I had my own cleaning sites to take control of and hire staff for including Vauxhalls.

I then worked for a cleaning agency and then that’s when I got the idea of me going alone and doing my own houses.

Dress:

I wear a pink shirt and black jumper with Amy Dean Cleaning Queen on, black trousers and flat shoes.

What is the favourite part of your job?

Seeing a happy customer and a big difference to a job especially the carpet cleaning .

What is the least favourite part of your job?

I would say all the driving as it takes up a lot of time and would be nice to fit more clients in.

What would be your dream job if you weren’t doing what you do now?

Something in the performing arts.

How do you relax when you are not working?

I like to see my close friends and family and relax at night with my little dog Lilly. I go to the gym most nights then see my best friend on weekends or when I can.

I’m very close to my clients as I have cleaned for most of them for five years, so in my spare time I babysit for them or help elderly clients with shopping or even changing a light bulb.

What is your favourite film?

Pirates of the Caribbean.

What is your favourite song?

Desperado by The Eagles.

If a film was made of your life, who would you like to play you?

Jennifer Aniston, she’s a very funny lady.

Have you had your 15 minutes of fame yet?

No but this could be it.

Fact File:

●Name: Amy Dean

●Job: Domestic cleaner

●Born: Chester

●Lives: Buckley

●Education: Argoed High School and child care at West Cheshire College

●Family: Single, no children

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