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Too Posh to Wash

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Too Posh to Wash

Too Posh To Wash was a spin-off show of How Clean Is Your House? on Channel 4 and S4C starring Kim Woodburn and Aggie MacKenzie. The program was first broadcast on 19 October 2004. It featured 6 dirty people.


In each episode, they showed a dirty person on television, while at each episode, they were given the results and shown the clean person.

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