You can now hire shirtless men to clean your house this weekend!
While most of us may not care about who cleans our house as long as the job gets done well, others may prefer a little eye-candy during the process.
VEHS, a renovation platform, announced that they are running a ‘Hunky Man Cleaning Service’.
Running only this weekend (Apr 10-11), you can now hire buff men to clean every nook and cranny of your home, while they flex their muscles and six-packs.
This service is subject to availability at a first come first serve basis, and will only be available for the upcoming weekend.
It doesn’t come cheap, however. The service costs $420++ for a one-bedroom apartment, $490++ for a two-bedroom condo apartment or a two or three-bedroom HDB flat, $575++ for a three-bedroom condo apartment or a four or five-bedroom HDB flat, $630++ for a four bedroom condo or a maisonette HDB flat and $700++ for a penthouse unit.
The service did capture the attention of netizens though. It has attracted over 3,000 comments and 5,600 shares since VEHS posted about the service on its Facebook page.
On the off chance that you genuinely want to hire hunky guys to clean your house, simply message VEHS on their Facebook page to book this limited-time only cleaning service before it’s too late.
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