Meet the presenters of brand new BBC daytime show Clean It Fix It

Meet the hosts on the brand new BBC home makeover show Clean It, Fix It.

With the new daily program, the team of experts only has one day to help a household fall in love with their home again with simple and practical improvements.

The extreme cleaning lady Maxine Dwyer, the trained carpenter Asher Edwards and the building legend Tommy Walsh are the new recruits who take up this challenge.

The BBC series consists of ten episodes and will air on Monday 8 November on BBC One.

Ahead of the TV show that starts next week, the team that will be on has announced their thoughts on the new series.

Maxine Dwyer revealed her personal highlight from filming the new series.

“There is an episode where I had to put on a wetsuit to clean a bathroom! I even shocked myself – it was a beautiful transformation.

“I cried during one of the transformations.

“We were with a retired couple in a bungalow and the man has mobility problems.

“They struggled to get the most out of their space and we worked hard to make it accessible to them. It was very emotional, but incredibly rewarding.”

When asked what sets Clean It, Fix It apart from other home makeover shows, celebrity builder Tommy Walsh said, “I think it’s done with a lot of empathy.

Tommy Walsh of Homes Under the Hammer and Ground Force

“It’s important not to point your finger at people because we can all find ourselves in a similar situation.

“We are providing a platform for people that will hopefully help solve some of the problems many of us face when trying to keep our homes clean.

“We’re giving people a foundation on which to build and continue to lead better, happier lives.”

Carpenter Asher Edwards announced that he wanted to attend the show to help homeowners improve their own DIY skills.

He explained, “The idea of ​​helping people and spreading DIY knowledge so homeowners can think outside the box to enjoy their home again.

“From reusing different pieces of furniture in new ways to upcycling and adding more creativity to your space – you can always make something that is just as beautiful as the things you can buy.”

Asher Edwards joins the team as a trained carpenter

On Monday’s episode, the Clean It, Fix It team makes their way to the home of a busy businesswoman who doesn’t have time to fix her home.

Their job is to transform the messy living room into a space that the whole family can use and run their business effectively – while cleaning up and organizing clutter and dirt for months.

The first episode will air on November 8th from 3:45 p.m. on BBC One.


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