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Ask a Clean Person

By Jolie Kerr

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In this 45-minute show, cleaning expert and advice columnist Jolie Kerr shares cleaning tips, answers reader questions and gets really real with a rotating cast of guests about the messes life throws our way. If you're plagued by 'pit stains, not entirely clear on how often to wash your sheets, or just morbidly curious about how clean restaurant kitchens really are, this is the show for you.

Customer Reviews

Stick w/ the Column

Jolie Kerr's columns are helpful, witty, enjoyable to read. She should stick with the written medium, as her radio voice is gushy, piercing, and hyper. I feel like I'm overhearing a too-loud, super-caffeinated, immature teenagers' conversation, while trapped on a subway car. I'm unsubscribing. Disappointing! But please keep writing; that's where your real voice can shine.

Big fan

I love Jolie Kerr's column and her book. I enjoy how she excitedly addresses listener cleaning quandaries & funny messes. I like listening to Jolie & her interesting guests. She keeps it real and does her research.


I absolutely love the Ask a Clean Person podcast. I am not, naturally, a clean person, but I fell for Jolie Kerr’s column the second I read it, when it first started at The Hairpin. Now that she has this podcast, I love it even more, because I can hear Jolie’s passion for helping people out of ridiculous, unclean, or gross problems. It’s just a lot of fun.