A WOMAN has filmed herself washing her boyfriend’s stained pillows – and people are horrified at the state of them.
In the viral video, the TikTok who goes by the name of @mrsclarkescleaning, explained in the comments section how she got “fed up” of buying new pillows.
She added: “So I thought sod it let’s give this a go and glad I did.”
She documented the entire cleaning process, washing three of the grim pillows, which appear yellowed and filthy.
She first placed them in the bathtub and filled the bath up with cold water making sure the pillows are completely covered.
She then poured some Ace for whites – specifically formulated to work better on lighter fabrics, and helps brighten dull whites while still being gentle on delicate clothes – and can be bought from Home Bargains.
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The TikToker then lets it soak for two hours, making sure they are submerged in the mixture.
Hours later, she shows the dirt in the water which has come from the cushions.
She then wrung out as much water as possible from the cushions into the bath, and there is already a clear difference.
The cleaning influencer then put them into the washing machine on a rinse and spin cycle with a splash of fabric softener.
She then takes them out of the washing machine, and places them into the tumble dryer for 10 minutes with a tennis ball in there as well as it “helps to keep things fluffy.”
Finally, after the 10 minutes is up, she hangs them in the sunshine and shows off just how clean they are.
TikTok users were left thanking her for her the savvy cleaning hack.
One said: “This is so satisfying!”
Whilst another added: “I need to try this”.
However, a third was in shock and wrote: “Never seen pillows become like that."
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