Cleaning expert shares three things you should bin in your house immediately
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A group of cleaning experts have shared some pretty decent ideas to help make your home more eco-friendly.
The TikTok account Purdy & Figg, a company who makes environmentally friendly cleaning products, has urged viewers to dispose of these three items in your home 'immediately'.
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Their video has looked into offering some more eco-friendly alternatives that don't seem too costly and shouldn't take up a lot of your time.
"Things in your home you need to get rid of IMMEDIATELY," reads the text overlay as the TikTok account showcases three things we could be doing to help make our lives easier and healthier.
First up is to throw away all your plastic bags.
"Never get used and take up excess room. Not a vibe," the TikToker writes.
They advise us to buy a few 'long-lasting bags you'll actually use'.
Even though that might sound like a pretty decent idea, one viewer offered an even better alternative with less waste.
The user commented: "Use the plastic bags for free trash liners instead of buying them!"
"Good idea," replied the content creator.
Next on the list is to bin your air fresheners.
The TikToker says these are 'toxic', 'causes respiratory' and are 'bad for the planet'.
They urge homeowners to 'go natural' and get your hands on some 'essential oils'.
Last - but not least - are plastic containers.
"Studies show chemicals in plastic can seep into your food," the account writes.
"Switch to glass instead."
Well, moving from more conventional hacks to perhaps less conventional ones are TikTokers Janelle and Kate.
All you need to clean your toilet seat is a dishwasher, they say.
Yes, you heard that right - as in the place where your plates, forks and cups go.
We're not sure we would want to eat at their house, let alone use the loo.
The content creators' shared the video with the caption 'cleaning hack' and it's safe to say people had some strong reactions.
One user said reacting to the video: "Immediately NO. IMMEDIATELY NO!!!!!!!"
Another was just genuinely concerned: "Nah I'll pass on doin that for sure. Wow I hope no one does this... but it is 2022 things have changed so possibility someone has done it. Gross.. lol."
A third added: "This is disgusting & why you can be eating at everyone’s house…."
Another user warned the creators: "You guys are getting rinsed on Twitter like the toilet seat."