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Kyly Clarke spruiks cleaning products after losing judging role House Rules

Kyly Clarke spruiks cleaning products after losing judging role on Channel Seven’s AXED House Rules

Channel Seven’s home renovation show, House Rules, was axed by the network last year. 

But that certainly isn’t slowing down the show’s former judge, Kyly Clarke, who has a new gig keeping her busy.

Posting to Instagram on Thursday, the 39-year-old shared several videos spruiking cleaning products.

Back to work: Channel Seven’s home renovation show, House Rules, was axed by the network last year. But that certainly isn’t slowing down the show’s former judge, Kyly Clarke, who has a new gig spruiking cleaning products

‘Hey peeps I’m on a Koh mission, as you can see a little bit of hair colour touch up is on the mirrors and constantly opening the cabinet means this happens,’ she said pointing to a greasy mark on the mirror. 

In a second clip, Kyly showed off the products cleaning power comparing her half cleaned mirror to a dirty half. 

Kyly looked glamorous while cleaning in a brown singlet with her long locks loose and a full face of makeup. 

Sales pitch: Posting to Instagram on Thursday, the 39-year-old shared several videos spruiking cleaning products

Sales pitch: Posting to Instagram on Thursday, the 39-year-old shared several videos spruiking cleaning products

Product: The mother-of-one shared a picture of herself cleaning as she revealed that the product is 'streak free' and has 'no harsh chemicals'

Product: The mother-of-one shared a picture of herself cleaning as she revealed that the product is ‘streak free’ and has ‘no harsh chemicals’

The mother-of-one finally shared a picture of herself cleaning, as she revealed that the product is ‘streak free’ and has ‘no harsh chemicals’.

Kyle was praised as a breath of fresh air when she joined House Rules as a judge last year. 

But even the former WAG’s star power couldn’t help the home renovation show, which has been dropped by Channel Seven.

Axed: Kyle was praised as a breath of fresh air when she joined House Rules as a judge this year, but even the former WAG’s star power hasn’t helped the home renovation show which has been dropped by Channel Seven

The show was noticeably absent from the network’s content line-up at the annual Upfronts last year alongside Plate Of Origin and Pooch Perfect.

House Rules: High Stakes premiered on Channel Seven in April with Kyly and Saul Myers joining the judging panel alongside Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.

Kyly was commended for being a ‘natural’ on-screen, however the series failed to be a ratings success.

Just 679,000 metro viewers tuned in for part one, representing a drop of more than 100,000 viewers from last year’s premiere with veteran host Johanna Griggs. 

Dropped: The show was noticeably absent from the network's content line-up at the annual Upfronts last year alongside Plate Of Origin and Pooch Perfect

Dropped: The show was noticeably absent from the network’s content line-up at the annual Upfronts last year alongside Plate Of Origin and Pooch Perfect

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