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A make-up artist may have just saved the lives of many Tupperware containers thanks to a clever hack that gets rid of the stubborn greasy stains.
We've all been there when heating up our baked beans or leftover takeaway and the familiar greasy orange marks that are left behind just won't budge.
But according to one woman she reckons there's an effortless solution to remove them and she's hailed it, quite frankly "life changing".
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Instead of throwing out any old plastic containers, which many of us no doubt do when we simply can't get them clean any more, Adi Kempler says grab some kitchen roll and some washing up liquid.
But don't worry, it doesn't involve one bit of scrubbing: "So, I never post on here but I really wanted to share this trick for getting greasy stains out of Tupperware."
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She continued in her TikTok clip: "This hack has saved so many of my Tupperware friends. Try it!!!!"
Filling the stained Tupperware with warm water and a squirt of washing up liquid she then adds some smaller torn up pieces of kitchen roll.
Pretty straightforward, she closed the lid and advised a vigorous shake for around 45-60seconds – and then the magic starts to happen.
As the lather forms the grimy orange residue disappears, having been soaked up by the kitchen roll pieces.
Then all that's left is to throw away the roll and rinse out the pot in the sink and it's sparkling new once more..
The simple hack on TikTok racked up 500,000 likes and thousands of comments with people thanking her for sharing: 'What???? That might've just changed my life!"
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Another said: "So you're telling me this is ALL I have to do?? After my mom spent hours scrubbing and just ends up throwing them away."
While some said it was a brilliant trick others suggested leaving it out in the sun as it achieves the same results.
Much like Mrs Hinch who did the same with her son's babygro to remove the stains from his clothes.
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