Mom shares video of the ‘worst cleaning mistakes’ people make – before critics criticize her for putting wet bottles in the cupboard
- A mom revealed the worst common mistakes people make at home
- In a TikTok video, Liesl Elizabeth imitated the common mistakes
- A mistake was to leave kitchen towels in a puddle of dirty water in the sink
- The most damaging thing was to put clean but damp bottles back in the cupboard
- Despite the comedic element of the video, the clip received some backlash
An Australian mother and business owner has revealed the worst cleaning mistakes people make in a comedic video.
In a TikTok video Liesl Elizabeth, from Perth, mimicked the common mistakes of leaving the kitchen towels wet in the sink and putting damp, clean baby bottles in the cupboard.
But she then proceeded to put away clean baby milk bottles that were still wet inside, sparking backlash from other women online.
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In a TikTok video, Liesl Elizabeth, of Perth, who runs a cleaning service called Clean-Freak Cleaning Co., mimics the common mistakes people make at home
She then proceeded to place clean plastic bottles of water and baby milk that were still wet inside the cupboard, but this got a response
“Let those bottles air dry, lady or your kid will drink goddamn mold!!” one person wrote.
‘Yacky! That was all disturbing,’ another added, a third said, ‘Please don’t leave bottles closed.’
After reading the comments, Liesl said, “Guys, I know the bottles were wet, I don’t keep them like that.”
But the comedic element of the video passed some TikTok users who thought Liesl was just cleaning her house.
Others commented on the video, saying that their husbands often make similar mistakes around the house.
In the short clip, Liesl also removed the dishcloth from the sink that had been soaked overnight in dirty, cold dishwater.
The freshly cleaned laundry was also dumped in the bottom of a laundry basket, wrinkling all the clothes that needed to be ironed.
She added that it is “just wrong” to have the toilet paper pointed at the wall.