You’ve been cleaning your plastic cutting boards all wrong – here’s how to get all the stains out effortlessly

IF YOU are trying to get those nasty brown stains off your plastic boards, you've come to the right place.

Hack guru Armen Adamjan revealed that scrubbing with water and soap won't get you anywhere.

Taking to social media, he held up his dirty plastic cutting board and said: "If your cutting board looks like this and no matter what you do, the stains just won't come out, here's what you should do."

He proceeded to sprinkle some baking soda on the stain before pouring a little bit of hydrogen peroxide on top.

If you don't have hydrogen peroxide, you can use vinegar instead.

This combination created instant bubbling as the two chemicals react when combined.

He then added sea salt on top and used half a lemon to scrub the three products into the board.

The acidity, as well as the chemical reaction and the graininess of the salt, melted the stains right off.

After washing it with some water, the plastic board looked almost brand new.

Just yesterday, we found out that we have been cleaning our hairbrushes all wrong as well.

The hack is super simple and requires just your hairbrush and craft glue. 

The video was shared on TikTok and showed Elmer’s glue being poured onto a hairbrush. 

Once the glue was completely dry, the person peeled it away from the bristles, which took the hair with it. 

Once the quick snippet of the hack was shown, a Stitched video took over with an intrigued person trying to attempt the useful tip.

“If this works, it is definitely a game-changer,” the person said. 

However, the user taught viewers what not to do: remove the glue too early. 

While the hair still came up with the glue in this attempt, it was not completely dry and proved to be a bit messy.

However, it seems that as long as the glue is dry, this is definitely a game-changing tip. 

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