SWEEPING the floor is annoying as it is – and then you notice the small specks of dirt under the dustpan that just wouldn't go away.
Luckily, a cleaning whizz has revealed the simple to get rid of them – and it costs absolutely nothing.
The ''houseplant loving'' Amanda West is a mum-of-four and doesn't have too much time on her hands to deal with cleaning.
But one savvy trick, she's realised, is efficient and saves her from unnecessary frustration.
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''Anyone else buy too many dustpans looking for one that actually can catch all the dirt when sweeping?
After seeing a tip online, she decided to try it for herself and the results left her ''mindblown''.
''I don't think I will ever use a dustpan on small piles of dirt ever again!''
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The hack, according to her, involves using a wet paper tower and putting next to the stubborn pile of dust.
The next step, she demonstrated, is simply sweeping the dirt onto the towel – because it's wet, it's stuck to the floor and won't move away.
Then fold the paper tower and wipe away any leftover dust.
''Who else does this?
''Why didn't anyone ever tell me?!''
''After a nuclear bomb only cockroaches and that f****** line from the dustpan will survive,'' is how one user felt about the specks of dirt.
Another viewer was critical of the hack, writing: ''S***** idea just use a strip of blue tape on the dust pan.
''Getting the broom wet will f*** it up,'' he explained.
Someone else thought this would take too long: ''This is why i just vaccume.''
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