Mum reveals bizarre way you can use paracetamol for cleaning – and it works
Paracetamol is normally used for alleviating our aches and pains, but one mum has discovered another use for them – and it’s rather unuusal.
Rebecca Harris, 36, has revealed in a remarkable video how a pill or two can be used to clean stubborn dirt from an iron in a matter of minutes.
The mum, from Somerset, read about the hack online and was curious to see if it would actually work.
She filmed her attempt at home this week and was amazed by the results
In the footage, she places the paracetamol onto the iron and gently manoeuvres it using tweezers.
The paracetamol slowly lifts from the iron, leaving it looking squeaky clean.
Rebecca said: "I was extremely amazed it worked.
"A lot of people are shocked by it, but it’s quick and easy to do and paracetamol is so cheap."
Definitely work a try on those tricky stains stuck on irons.
It’s not the only bizarre cleaning tip we’ve heard about recently.
Flight attendant Emily Witkop recently explained how they can use a sanitary towel to remove a fresh stain from a top – and you may want to give it a try at home.
"One trick is not only to use the ever-handy club soda to lift the stain but to put in on a sanitary napkin (maxi-pad) to blot the stain," she explained to the NY Post.
She notes that, unlike paper towels or napkins, absorbent sanitary towels don’t leave residue on your clothing – which is ideal for cleaning stains.
Do you have any unusual cleaning hacks? Let us know in the comments.
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