You’ve been putting the bag in your trash can all wrong – the right way means it’ll never rip

SORRY to break it to you but you've been inserting trash bags into the bins all wrong.

The proper way will prevent it from ripping when you finally decide to take it out.


Taking to TikTok, a woman questioned how she had been replacing the bags inside her trash cans after taking it out.

She revealed that, actually, bags are "backward" so opening it up and shaking it up to then place it inside the bin isn't the right way.

Instead, you're supposed to "put it on like a little hat" meaning that instead of pushing the bag in, you simply rest it on the top.

And then, you push it into the bin.

You know you've done it right when the seam of the bag is inside the bin and not outside.

But that's sadly not the only thing you have been doing wrong – and that's ok, you came here to learn something new.

Hack guru Armen Adamjan revealed the proper way to clean a plastic cutting board and scrubbing with water and soap won't get you anywhere.

Taking to social media, he held up his dirty plastic cutting board and said: "If your cutting board looks like this and no matter what you do, the stains just won't come out, here's what you should do."

He proceeded to sprinkle some baking soda on the stain before pouring a little bit of hydrogen peroxide on top.

If you don't have hydrogen peroxide, you can use vinegar instead.

This combination created instant bubbling as the two chemicals react when combined.

He then added sea salt on top and used half a lemon to scrub the three products into the board.

The acidity, as well as the chemical reaction and the graininess of the salt, melted the stains right off.

After washing it with some water, the plastic board looked almost brand new.


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