KENNEWICK, Wash.—It's still a tough time for many when it comes to finding a job, but what are your boundaries when it comes to getting work? One local group is wearing less to get more. They're called the Dust Bunnys, house cleaners in lingerie.
The owner, Jazzmen Slack, says she started the business after she thought the Tri-Cities could use more entertainment. She says the girls wear an outfit that shows their stomach and legs but covers their private areas.
"It's not stripping or anything like that. The lingerie is basically professional lingerie, professional looking girls. It doesn't go any further than that," says Jazzmen Slack, Dust Bunnys owner.
Slack says she has a team of six girls who are between the ages of 18 and 20. When a client calls, one girl will go to the home and clean then charge by the hour.
A big question NBC Right now had was is it safe? Slack says she has a thorough conversation with each client, inspects the home and then puts a time limit on the service. Even with the precautions, we heard mixed opinions
"I think it's crazy. I don't know why people would do that," says Janice Meheen, against business.
"A lot of people are against this industry, and I say if you're into it good, good for you. If you're not then don't partake in it," says Blanca Jacquez, supports business.
Police say the service is legal as long as they have a business license.