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Changing the bins is a notoriously unappealing household chore.
Nobody likes doing it, you often get your hands covered in dreaded ‘bin juice’ and it can be the source of many domestic arguments.
But since we have to do it, we may as well do it right, and as it happens many of us are not.
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A TikTok user by the name of Chris has taken to the internet, to showcase the correct way for changing a bin, and it is totally effortless.
Taking to the social media site, the star showed that instead of simply putting the liner inside the bin and then folding its edges around the rim, it is better to put the bin inside the bag, and then push it in.
Doing it this way means that no air gets in, and rubbish not fall down the side. Also his method seems a lot easier and quicker; less time faffing around.
In the video Chris explains: “I’m going to show you how to change trash can bags.
“When I learned not all people do this I was SHOOK.
“What you should be doing is putting the bag over, and then pushing it in so there’s no air, and there you are, boom, clean, you’re welcome.’
His video has been viewed by many and liked over 99.5k times.
One person commented: “I’ve learned more on TikTok than I’ve learned in school.”
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While another added: “Bruh, I just learned how to close a cereal box and now this? Why doesn’t life come with a manual of sorts?”
A third wrote: “You just changed my life”.
TikTok is also awash with brilliant cleaning hacks and recently a woman, known online as aligrams3, showcased how to clean a bathtub with just a grapefruit and some sugar.
All you have to do is cut a grapefruit and then "put sugar on the flesh side”.
She then showcased the piece of fruit after it has been dusted in sugar granules, no doubt to act as an exfoliant for bathroom grime.
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Ali then began rubbing the bathtub with the fruit, instructing viewers to “ start scrubbing” because “the acidity helps removes soap scum”. And it worked!
Who knew? Off to clean our bathtub and change our bins, be right back…
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