You've probably been vacuuming wrong your whole life- professional cleaner reveals 'right' method & it's actually easier

IT'S easily our most hated household chore – so when we do eventually get round to vacuuming, we want to get it over with as quickly as possible.

But while we've never given much thought to our rushed "method" (if you could even call it that), a professional cleaner has now claimed we've actually been doing it WRONG our entire lives.

Earlier this week, the professional who runs the TikTok account The Big Clean Co revealed the proper way to vacuum and claimed it's actually easier anyway.

In the viral clip, the woman explained: "Here's a tip from a professional cleaner.

"Sometimes you have to slow down to go faster."

To begin with, the cleaner copied the haphazard and illogical approach which she commonly sees in homes.

"Vacuuming like this is rapid and disorderly and you miss bits," she said.

Instead, the cleaner says the "right" way involves vacuuming in diagonal lines so that every inch of carpets gets covered twice – and leaves you with a satisfying finish too.

"To vacuum efficiently there needs to be a method behind it," she insisted. "Vacuum in diagonal lines that ensure each section gets covered twice, you will see if it needs more. This is the way you can be sure you don’t miss a spot."

Needless to say, the tip was a hit with the woman's 295,000 followers – and the clip has been viewed over 1.1m times.

"That's the difference between a pro and a beginner," one wrote.

Another added: "I just recently figured this out and my floors have never been so clean!"

Meanwhile, a third gushed: "Doing it right the first time always wins in my eyes!"

For more cleaning tips, a mum has shared the easy way she crams DOUBLE on her washing rack – and the hack’s completely free.

And this mum’s clever washing line hack will help your clothes dry outside in the rain & it’s ideal if you don’t have a dryer.

Plus this cleaning fanatic shared the ‘game-changer’ skirting board hack which gets them dust-free in seconds.

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