Cleaning fanatic horrified after stripping dirt out of cushions in the bath – and the water is filthy in TWO minutes
A CLEANING fan was left horrified after strip washing her two-year-old cushions.
The viral video, which has over 800,000 views, shows just how much dirt really builds up on your sofa.
Tiktok user Sophie Louise strip cleaned her sofa cushion covers and filmed the alarming results.
In the video, Sophie fills her bath with hot water, adding fabric softener, Persil pods, bicarbonate of soda, and Zoflora.
As soon as she throws in the cushion covers, the water changes to a murky grey colour.
“This was literally after two minutes. It’s vile”, she says.
“This was 30 minutes”, she says, poking the cushion covers with a stick and showing the grimy water and floating debris.
Sophie leaves the cushion covers to soak for two hours and then puts them in the washing machine for a low spin cycle.
Showing the aftermath, Sophie comments that the bath water looks “pure grim”.
Sophie is most shocked by the residue left by the cushion covers.
She remarks: “Look what I was left with – gritty bits, eugh! That was on my sofa!”
Commenters couldn’t believe just how much dirt sofa cushions can build up over time – and they couldn't wait to try the cleaning technique themselves.
One shockedviewer wrote: “Oh gosh! This is manky! I wonder how often we should be doing this.”
Another commented on hidden dirt: “Some people put stuff in that looks fine but is dirty. They were clearly nasty.”
“Amazing how much unseen grime is about, good for you”, said one surprised viewer.
Sophie is a cleaning fanatic and posts “useful cleaning tips” regularly, but this is by far her most popular video, with 30,000 likes and over 3,000 shares.
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