I made over £6,000 in my first month working filthy job – but it's the most satisfying work I’ve ever done | The Sun

A TEENAGE TikToker claims he made more than £6,000 in his first month after starting a business with £200.

Matt was just 17 when he bought an old pressure washer and began charging up to £80 an hour to clean drives and patios.

It's dirty work but he reckons it's easy money and urged his followers to give it a go in a series of TikTok videos.

One video shows his cleaner gliding over a blockwork patio and says: "Want to make $1000s with little startup cash? (under $500)."

The the video shows Matt thumbing a wad of banknotes, and adds: "This is from my first month of pressure washing, nearly $8,000!"

His other vids say he has been making $100 an hour since he was 17.

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The "most annoying part" of the job is moving patio furniture out of the way.

But blitzing the dirt away is "so satisfying", says Matt, of Brooklyn, New York.

And he boasts how he has upgraded from his first $250 machine to a van full with $30,000 of new equipment.

However some viewers are sceptical and suggest his claimed earnings are unrealistic.

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Some comments are from people who say they also bought the gear, but could not find enough customers to make it pay as a business.

Another comment says: "Something tells me your not making doctor amounts of money power washing brick fences. But for tiktok brother… let's dream."

Matt, however, insists he is fully booked two weeks in advance as there is not much competition in his area.

Last week we told how another small business owner claims she makes £4,000 a month from her side hustle working just four hours a week.

TikToker Farida Bayoumi claims she makes the whopping profit buying sunglasses on Alibaba and reselling them on Amazon.

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Meanwhile Tisha Pruthi, 21, from Wolverhampton, says she makes £13,500 a month selling her homemade jewellery online.

She started out with £200 of equipment and waited five months for her first order, but business boomed after her TikToks went viral.

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