Linda Dykes is a compulsive cleaner from North Wales. She loves cleaning so much she's set up her own cleaning agency.
Linda believes that compulsive cleaners have a special set of skills that could change the habits of the nation, and so she's teaming up with other obsessive cleaners to help clean Britain's dirty homes and filthy public spaces.
Each week these compulsive cleaners are carefully matched with someone whose home is in dire need of a major 'spring clean'.
Cleaners Vinny, who spends £600 a month on cleaning products, and OCD-diagnosed Denise, who cleans her house for up to eight hours a day, visit the Grade II listed 18th century Georgian country house Top-Y-Fron Hall, home to Tiggy and her cat Toby.
Cleaners Hayley and Dann visit Plas Teg, a haunted Grade I listed 17th century Jacobean manor in north Wales, which is home to Cornelia and her 12 cats and some grime
Cleaners Ben and Lynsey help Colin Peck declutter his listed Georgian spread in Derry, Northern Ireland, that's overwhelmed with rubbish
In Ireland, retired civil engineer Michael Keaney's splendid home has never been dusted and is full of antiques and stacks of family photos. Can two obsessive cleaners reclaim it?