Each week these compulsive cleaners are carefully matched with someone whose home is in dire need of a major 'spring clean'. And 44-year-old estate agent Penny heads to the two-bed home of Paul and Elaine from Surrey. In Obsessive Compulsive Country House Cleaners, obsessive cleaners work with the home owners over five days to help restore the houses to their former glory. Caren meets Linda and her son Matt, who have being living amongst grime for nine years and have out-of-date food from the 1990s. She visits the home of self-confessed bachelor boys Mark and Karl, two football loving buddies who haven't cleaned their house in over 15 years. The second volunteer cleaner is Vijay, who hates clutter and has five vacuum cleaners. But getting Mick to let go of his precious belongings is not going to be straightforward.
Dave meets hoarder Les, who lives with a mountain of car boot purchases and junk in the West Midlands. Save When will be Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners next episode air date? Episode: 6x04 Airdate: Apr 5, 2016 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. And the team clean a swimming pool in Derbyshire. While the main rooms on the ground floor retain their original splendour, the upper two floors - where Charlotte Bronte, Lord Kitchener and Winston Churchill once stayed - are little more than a dumping ground, with landings piled high with family clutter, hidden treasures and a derelict children's dormitory crammed with mattresses, toys and even a box of moss. Dianne's kitchen is so bad, she eats breakfast in a cafe opposite. Linda Dykes and the clean team head to Allesley Park in Coventry to tackle a dog poo problem.
And Hayley and her fellow cleaners tackle some disgusting showers. Entire wings are uninhabitable and home owners find it impossible to let go of treasured possessions that have been in their families for generations. Where to countdown Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners air dates? Maxine meets retired librarian Dianne, who lives in a house in Norwich which she hasn't cleaned in three years. All of the free movies found on this website are hosted on third-party servers that are freely available to watch online for all internet users. With a stinking toilet and a galley filled with mouldy pans, Sandra faces the biggest cleaning job of her life. As life got on top of Britta, the state of the house deteriorated - with each room packed with bargain buys and leftover food scraps and dog poo stains all over the carpet. And Hayley and the team clean out some disgusting cupboards.
Adam from Essex, spends three hours a day cleaning his flat and attempts to help Lara, from Rochester, Kent, whose home hasn't had a proper clean in 12 years. Professional motorbike cleaner Dave, from Surrey, spends up to three hours a day keeping his one bedroom flat immaculate. Caren, from Warrington, cleans for at least four hours a day and her cat is only allowed outside on a lead. Full time industrial cleaner Mark, from Leicester, spends more than 80 hours a week cleaning at work and home and has an obsession for colour coordination. The second volunteer is Angela, from Nottingham, who gets through three bottles of bleach a week. Dann helps out Charlotte and Dom, from Portsmouth, who haven't cleaned their flat in a year. .
And Hayley and the team clean some microwaves. The British Isles is world famous for its spectacular stately homes. And the Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners team tackle a park in Tower Hamlets suffering from graffiti and fly tipping. The owners, proud custodians of their family heritage, are struggling to maintain their homes without the help of the domestic staff who have long since departed. Often, a vast ancestral hoard of clutter going back several generations dominates the house, collecting yet more grime.
But behind some of the grandest front doors lie years of neglect and decades of dust. Gemma meets Jim, a father of two from Kent, whose love of car boot fairs has left him with a hoard of over10 tonnes of things, including a lot of women's clothing - collected because of Jim's other hobby, cross dressing. Dann replaces his loo seat once a month and regularly bathes his cats in flea treatment. Andy from Leicester, who likes to clean things in even numbers, meets keen historian and collector Ian, from Colchester, whose two-bedroom house is home to 300 troll dolls. Angie meets widower Brian at his house in Kent, which is also an owl sanctuary and home to 37 owls.
Richard from Hastings bleaches and cleans his fridge at least four times a week. Home to the Leslie family for 300 years, the current custodian is 83-year-old Ursula. Watch this episode now on 4oD Fifty-eight-year-old former opera singer Cynthia, who has a life-long fear of germs and bacteria, helps 75-year-old Daphne from Gloucestershire, who's lost control of the clutter in the cottage she's lived in for the last 46 years. Mick helps Rosemary and Julian with their cluttered and chaotic home in Northamptonshire. Natasha meets Suzanne to help clean her chaotic two-bedroomed home, which has become overrun with mountains of jigsaws. Gemma, from Hertfordshire, cleans for 12 hours a week to keep her two-bed house immaculate, going through two vacuum cleaners a year.
Amanda from Essex not only works 60 hours a week, but the 31-year-old also spends 20 hours a week on housework. And Linda and her cleaning gang head to Leatherhead to help The Pitstop, a drop-in centre for the vulnerable and the homeless. Helen, from East Sussex attempts to help Janet, from Luton, whose passion for haberdashery has taken over the house. Paul is a self-confessed shopaholic who collects Star Trek memorabilia in the belief it will be his kids' inheritance, but Elaine is worried their home is turning into a death trap with so much clutter. Lynne from Luton takes an old-school approach to cleaning.
Zahra vacuums eight times a day and makes her way to Bridgend to help Jo who admits she needs assistance to de-clutter her home. Sandra helps Karl, who lives an alternative lifestyle on a boat in Norfolk with his dog Cooper. Compulsive shopper Britta lives in the town of Everett in Washington State, in a three-bedroom bungalow which was once a welcoming home. And Hayley and the team clean out some disgusting cupboards. Linda's first recruit is 31-year-old Richard Searle, who is obsessed with order, organisation and tidiness. The owners are struggling to maintain their houses without help from domestic staff, who have long since departed.