Men are more likely than women to clean their cars regularly, a new survey reveals.
According to a poll conducted by women’s car insurance specialists Diamond, almost two-thirds (61 per cent) of men clean their cars at least once a month, compared to less than half (46 per cent) of women.
The survey, which questioned 3,000 UK motorists, found that men are also one and a half times more likely than women to clean their cars every week.
Furthermore, men are 34 per cent more likely than their female counterparts to keep their vehicles as clean and tidy as the day they drove them out of the showroom.
The report revealed that one in eight women admitted to being embarrassed by the state of the inside of their motors, compared to almost one in ten men.
Maria McCarthy, motoring journalist and author of The Girls’ Car Handbook, said: “I think the results are a bit of surprise.
“Out of men and women, I’m sure many people would think women are cleaner and tidier, but when it comes to our vehicles, it’s clear we’re certainly not as car proud as men.”
Women with little time to clean their cars can call on the expertise of domestic cleaners, who will be able to do the job on their behalf.
Posted by Ivan Rancic
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