Police officers and paramedics obviously have a difficult job, first to arrive at scenes most of us never have to see.
But we rarely stop to think about the unpleasant work that comes after the crime scene has been analysed, DNA swabs taken and forensics finished.
That’s where extreme cleaners come in: people who scrub away the blood, pick up the dirty needles and do whatever necessary to make the place spotless again.
Julie McHugh, 52, her partner Martha Brady, 58, and Julie’s daughter Debyn, 19, will do the job.
They tackle anything from a murder scene, a bad case of hoarding or even an outbreak of norovirus where there might be vomit and faeces around