YOU would think by now that everyone would have their dishwasher-loading method perfected.
But it seems there always ways to improve – with one mum amazing people with her genius trick.
Posting in Facebook group 'Mums Who Clean', the Australian woman called Judi revealed how she stops plastic measuring cups flying around the machine when it is running.
She explained that she uses the spikes on the upper rack – that hold cups and mugs in place – to thread through the holes, that they often have built into their handles, and keep them in place.
Her amazing tip was well-received by grateful fellow members, who left thousands of 'likes'.
One person wrote: "Oh my! Clever!"
Mind blown! Thank you!
Another commented: "Mind blown! Thank you!"
A third shared: "Well I never knew this … all mine end up upside down and full of water!”
And a fourth added: "Whaaaaaat?! Holy moly I’ll be doing that next time."
It comes after we revealed that cleaning-obsessed mums were using dishwasher tablets to get their washing machines sparkling.
Well I never knew this … all mine end up upside down and full of water!
Women have been sharing their shock online at the dirty water generated after they used a cheap cleaning tip to get their appliances clean.
Posting in the Facebook group Mums Who Clean, they revealed how they had been using dishwasher tablets, of any brand, to remove the grime – and shared snaps of the results.
So effective was the trick that some women added up to four to their otherwise empty washing machine drum before putting it on a hot cycle.
They found the water turned an unpleasant brown shade within minutes.
Admitting her horror at how dirty their machine had turned out to be, one person commented: "Well to say I am disgusted is an understatement."
In other cleaning news, we told you how a woman has spruced up her dirty patio using a £2 spray from The Range.
We also revealed that Mrs Hinch has shown fans how she got her grotty bathroom plughole sparkling.
And this is how you can you mayonnaise to save grubby walls.
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