Cleaning fanatic shares space-saving tip to store plastic bags and people are mesmerised by her immaculate drawers

WHILE we are all at home in self-isolation, many are trying to come up with novel ways to help fight boredom. 

And one super organised cleaning fanatic has answered our prayers and offered a glimpse into her extremely organised kitchen drawers while showing off her unique space-saving tip in storing plastic shopping bags – and we are utterly obsessed.

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The woman filmed her genius hack and shared it on TikTok where, in just one day, it has racked up almost 22k likes and has already been shared over 3000 times but we absolutely get it.

The video alone is so mesmerising that you'll be inclined to watch it time and time again just because it's so satisfying – and because what else can you do when boredom strikes.

On Tik Tok as "xxx_heidi_xxx, the woman starts by tipping out out all of her plastic shopping bags from a variety of stores including Tesco and ASDA, but what she did next was astounding.

She then offered a step-by-step guide showing how she folds the plastic bags and stores them away neatly.

She starts by laying the bag out flat and folds the bottom up twice, towards the handle.

She then folds the left side in, and then the right to create a tiny square.

The next two steps show her create a tiny triangle from the small square she'd created and then fold the pointed tip up under the shopping bag handle to secure it.

The folded bag was satisfying enough but then the woman opened one of her kitchen drawers to reveal an entire draw filled with teh tiny folded bags all lined up neatly in three perfect rows  – and we can't look away.

Needless to say, the comments blew up with people utterly amazed by just how perfect the kitchen drawer looks with one person even likening the storage hack to Stacey Solomon's storage solutions.

After seeing the handy hack, many decided to take on the challenge and tackle their own plastic bag stash while in quarantine, while many others commented on the satisfaction the video gave them.

One person said: "Now I gotta do this"

While another simply said: " SATISFACTION" using caps to emphasise their, well, satisfaction.

and a third person wrote : "mind blowing organisation skills. It's on my to do list. "

And ours too, because this looks far too good to not try ourselves at home.


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In other news, you can have Nandos chicken at home with this slow cooker roast chicken recipe for only £2.80.

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Meanwhile, Stacey Solomon shares hilarious TikTok as she celebrates end of first week of homeschooling.

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