Cleaning a house can be dirty work so Cherie Spisak of Chesapeake, Virginia, started doing it in the nude to avoid getting bleach on her clothes. Spisak’s method caught the attention of Oprah’s producers who filmed her in action. “I think my family is very proud of me that I can stand up and express that this is normal and we shouldn't be ashamed of being nude or what we do in our own home,” says Spisak. “It doesn't harm anyone else. It puts a smile on our face.” While Spisak doesn’t do it professionally, many cities have companies that offer such an option. Odd’z & En’z Janitorial Service in Omaha, Nebraska, for instance, charges $300 for nude house cleaning. It’s only $85 if you want the housekeeper to stay dressed.