A MUM has revealed how you can fit your tall pots and pans into the dishwasher every time using a clever stacking trick.
Creative home stylist Liz Amaya, from Brisbane, uploaded a video showing her nifty technique – and it may be easier than you think.
Creative home stylist Liz Amaya showed how to get your tall pots, pans and trays fitting in your dishwasher
Liz showed how she lifts the top drawer up so it locks into place, which extends the space below by a few centimetres.
This allows tall pans to fit properly so they don’t stop the dishwasher’s sprayer from spinning.
Liz demonstrated how her method allows the spinner to fully rotate, so the items inside will be fully cleaned.
After the clip was shared on Instagram, some hailed it as the mum’s “best hack yet”.
Liz showed how the spinner sometimes can’t fully rotate when tall items are in
She said trays especially can catch on the spinner
Liz showed how she lifts the top drawer up so it locks into place
Her hack extends the space below by a few centimetres, so tall items can fit
Many people praised her trick as a ‘game-changer’
Thousands took the time to comment, with one woman writing: “I can’t believe it has taken me 36 years to find this out.”
Another woman said her husband wanted to get rid of her favourite plates as they didn’t fit in the dishwasher, but the hack had worked for her.
She explained: “After watching your video we tried it and now they fit.”
It isn’t the first time Liz has provided her followers with home hacks, and she previously showed how to make old, grubby blankets fluffy again.
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You can get your shabby blankets fluffy and new again in three easy steps
Throw in some bicarbonate of soda in the washing machine and add vinegar and normal detergent to the drawer
To get your blanket fluffy again you can whip up a homemade solution of bicarbonate of soda, white vinegar and liquid detergent.
Posting a clip on her page, she wrote: “How to clean your throw blankets and make them soft again.”
She said you can wash more than one blanket at a time, but don’t include other items in the load.
If you’re looking for more cleaning tips, a cleaning fanatic reveals how to refresh your pillow WITHOUT having to wash it & fans are rushing to try it.
Plus this cleaning-mad mum reveals simple hack to get your whites sparkling in minutes .
Meanwhile, this mum says you’ve been washing your bedsheets all wrong – and buttoning them up is a must.
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