IF you have a dishwasher then you'd understand the frustration when it comes to bowls and pots filling up with water during a wash cycle.
But one mum has shared a simple hack that keeps items in place and will stop them from flipping – particularly lightweight bowls and containers.
The hack was originally shared on Reddit and reposted in an Australian cleaning group on Facebook with the woman revealing she uses a cheap drying rack to keep things in place.
When turned upside down, the rack keeps loose containers and other utensils in place during the cleaning cycle, so when you open the door you don't have to worry about excess water.
The solution has gone viral online, attracting dozens of comments praising the "brilliant" idea.
One person shared: "Fabulous suggestion"
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And another wrote: "This is brilliant, thanks for sharing".
Some people couldn't wait to try it themselves and praised the method for its effectiveness.
One woman wrote: "Yep, this works a treat! I use cake racks."
And another said she uses oven racks racks instead which not only do the job but it saves scrubbing the racks to get them clean.
Meanwhile, a woman’s cleaning hack removes caked-in grease from filthy oven hood – and you don’t need to do ANY scrubbing.
Plus a mum swears off ironing for life & claims £15 hand steamer from Asda does the job just as well and loads quicker.
And a mum shows how she got tarnished, blackened jewellery sparkling in seconds by using a tiny bit of bicarbonate of soda.
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