OUR MEDIA MENTIONS

TODAY SHOW, SEPTEMBER 10th, 2021

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John Durrant of Kilted Cleaners on the Today Show with his sons Rory and Joe, answering a few questions with Tim. Karl and Ally had a few jokes about the kilt. John won the $250… eventually!

ABC ADELAIDE RADIO, JULY 8TH, 2021

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“I’ve worked in marketing for the last 20 years and was unlucky enough to be paid off a couple of times and with COVID, it hasn’t been the best of times and when my idea for Kilted Cleaners came up, I went for it and it’s going well!”

John Durrant of Kilted Cleaners talks about cleaning in his kilt and why he always wears jocks at work!

GLAM ADELAIDE, FEBRUARY 4TH, 2021

A Scotsman living in Adelaide is grabbing attention after starting a new business cleaning windows in his kilt.

John Durrant, originally from the remote island of Bute on the west coast of Scotland, came to Australia three years ago as a marketing manager but made a drastic change in career after being made redundant twice in two years.

John cleans windows inside and out, including up to three storey homes, in his traditional Stuart tartan kilt, which he chose to honour his hometown on the tiny Scottish island he hails from.

ADELAIDE ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 11TH, 2020

A SCOTTISH former marketing executive is causing a stir online in Adelaide after he started a new business cleaning windows in his kilt.

John Durrant – originally from the remote Scottish island of Bute on the west coast of Scotland – came to Australia three years ago as a marketing manager but took a drastic change in career after being made redundant twice in two years.

John cleans windows inside and out, including up to three storey homes, in his traditional Stuart tartan kilt, which he chose to honour his hometown on the tiny Scottish island he hails from.

 

FIVEAA RADIO, DECEMBER 13TH, 2020

RADIO INTERVIEW: LISTEN HERE

“I get a lot of comments on my Facebook page asking if I’m a true Scotsman when I work and if I wear underwear when I’m up a ladder. It’s all good fun. I’d say 90 per cent of my customers are women. I don’t know if that’s anything to do with the kilt or if it’s just that the women of the household feel the need to get the windows cleaned.

“Regardless, I’m so happy with the way the business has gone so far. I had no idea it would take off quite the way it has when I started.”