Clean It, Fix It’s Tommy Walsh disgusted by toilets 'so filthy they need bulldozing' on BBC makeover show

CLEAN It, Fix It returns for another series on Tuesday night – and building legend Tommy Marsh soon loses his rag about some "filthy" toilets.

Led by an expert team – Tommy, extreme cleaner Maxine Dwyer and skilled carpenter Asher Edwards – the trio have just one day to help a household reclaim their space.

Clean it, Fix it, which first aired last year, instantly became a hit with BBC viewers as they watched the trio giving people’s houses a grand make-over.

Ahead of the new series, Maxine has opened up about what it is like working with her co-stars.

While Maxine may be used to some pretty grim sights while cleaning, the same can’t be said for Tommy and Asher.

The cleaner explained that during some of the transformations, both of her co-stars struggled with the dirty toilets.

She told the Daily Express: “They're not used to cleaning and when we'd go into a house they'd say 'Oh my goodness,” Maxine recalled.

“Tommy would say 'That just needs to bulldozing' but he was a builder so, of course, he would say that.”

Maxine added: “He would say, ‘There's nothing you can do, it just needs ripping out, the tiles and stuff like that' – and poor Asher, he was shocked.

"He's just not used to it, he's used to going there with no cupboards and then making cupboards.”

The Clean it, Fix it star went on to recall one particular episode where they had to clean and transform a young professional's home.

She admitted poor Tommy and Asher didn’t have the stomach for some of the projects as they both ended up retching.

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"You'll see that when the episodes come out,” Maxine explained.

“But when it came to sharing the cleaning tasks, they didn't want to clean the bathrooms, for example."

Clean it, Fix it airs on Tuesday at 8pm on BBC One.

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