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Survey by Victoria Retail Park in Netherfield reveals people in East Midlands most likely to clean in bid to relieve stress


A new survey conducted by Victoria Retail Park in Netherfield has revealed people in the East Midlands are turning to cleaning to help them relax. when stressed.

The national survey found that more than a third of residents clean and declutter to relieve stress and a further 33% of people in the region spend more time organising their homes than they did five years ago.

PICTURED: Victoria Retail Park

Organising experts and insta-famous cleaning gurus have been leading the surge when it comes to the popular cleaning and decluttering trend and the survey also found that more than one third of people in the East Midlands spend up to six hours a week cleaning their toilets, living room and kitchen.

Lynsey Crombie, Victoria Retail Park’s spokesperson, who is well-known for her appearance on Channel 4’s Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners and her Instagram hints and tips, said: “The survey showed that nationally 38.6 million UK adults do a spring clean, which works out as four in five people and that Brits as a whole spend more than 21 days a year cleaning and decluttering their homes.

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“With the survey results, it is clear the East Midlands region has been hit by the home organisation craze and with real benefits to people and their mental health. With more than a third of people finding cleaning and decluttering therapeutic and a method of relieving stress the trend is definitely set to grow even further across the region”, said Lynsey

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