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If you've got a cupboard full of stained tupperware, listen up.
A TikToker has revealed a simple trick to removing stains and grease from plastic containers - and it's genius.
You can watch how they do it below:
Other TikTokers are praising the easy trick, with one person commenting on the video: "This is the best hack tiktok has taught me! Usually I just throw them away coz I cba to wash the oil and grease off it lol."
While another said: "Best trick ever 😁 I just squeeze some bubbles from the washing up sponge to avoid wastage of washing up liquid and it still works."
And a third added: "Gotta try this 🙌🏼."
Meanwhile a fourth commented: "It works guys."
In other kitchen cleaning tricks, earlier this week we told you how to easily clean your oven door.
Oven glass always seems to gets dirty quickly, and the thought of finding a way to clean it feels like chore in itself.
Thanks to TikToker @washy_wash, we now know how to get it sparkling.
After the TikToker shared the video, one person replied: “Oh my… I hope this applies to my oven door… been living with a streak on the door for years! Been hanging dishcloths on the handle so I couldn’t see.”
One woman added: “OMG I needed this today.”
You can watch the video here.
Meanwhile, have you ever wondered why kitchen sinks always seem to be underneath a window?
In fact, it's prompted many to wonder why the kitchen sink always seems to be positioned under a window in the first place.
One person pointed out that the reason why the window is often above the sink is because it's on an outside wall, which, for plumbing reasons is the most effective option.
Kitchen design website KDCUK explained: "The simple reason why kitchen sinks have traditionally been placed under the window is that the window is, obviously, on an outside wall. In terms of plumbing, using as short a waste pipe as possible from the sink to the drains is not only the most effective but also the cheapest, solution.
"People who have moved their sink further away from the wall have had to lay extra piping under the floor, which means if there’s a problem or a blockage, it is more likely that they’ve had to dig up the floor in order to get to the pipes, which is not only messy and inconvenient, it’s also extremely costly."
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