How Clean Is Your House is returning to Channel 4 for a coronavirus special.

The series was made famous by iconic cleaning duo Kim Woodburn and Aggy Mackenzie and was probably one of the most satisfying things to watch on TV.

It would see the pair come in, swab the dirtiest parts of the house for testing, before pulling on their marigolds and cleaning, disinfecting, dusting to their hearts’ content until that place was spick and span.

We saw everything from mites in your mascara to clogged up drainpipes and there was no stain too tough for a little home remedy from Kim and Aggy.

In a time where sanitisers and anti-bac have become the holy grail, Channel 4 has decided to bring back the series for a coronavirus special.

It will be presented by Dr Javid Abdelmoneim and Dr Lisa Cross and will see two families have their houses forensically swept for fingerprints to find out what they’ve unknowingly been spreading around.

It will explain exactly how coronavirus works, how it gets from outdoors to indoors and which cleaning products we all need to stop it in its tracks.

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Like before, it’ll see the houses get a spring clean while dishing up all the science that goes in to keeping our homes a virus-free zone.

Sadly, it sounds like Kim and Aggy won’t be back and that won’t come as a huge surprise, as it’s reported the women haven’t spoken since their bust up way back when in 2007.

Aggy revealed that she and Kim had a huge falling out while doing panto together in Brighton and while they did carry on working together, they never spoke to each other when the cameras stopped rolling.

‘For quite a while but the only speaking we did was on camera. It had all come to a bitter end. We’ve never spoken since.’

How Clean Is Your House debuted on Channel 4 back in 2003 and ran for six series until 2009.

Fans then saw Kim head into the Celebrity Big Brother House in 2017 and she finished in third place on the show.

How Clean Is Your House airs Thursday 9 April at 8pm on Channel 4.

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