Well after this, I don't think I will ever use a hotel kettle ever again.
One woman decided that she needed to share with the whole world that she just had to clean her knickers in the hotel room kettle because she was desperate.
Seems that "time of the month" had arrived unexpectedly and she needed clean knickers.
This woman boasted on social media about how it was a ‘quick, fast and hygienic’ method and that her underwear was clean afterwards.
Please not that the original post includes naughty words but you can see it HERE if you wish.
Many did not agree with this statement, leaving many shocked over the disclaimer.
I thought she poured the boiling water over her knickers in the sink. I hadn't fully opened the picture. OMG. No. I'm never using a hotel kettle again. Who does this? FFS!— Mel Shiers (@IamCdnGal) August 7, 2019
Why would you even...? Why wouldn’t you soak them in a sink/in the bath if you really were desperate to wash them?! 😳 I’m never using a hotel kettle again. This makes me feel 🤢— Nikki Moore ❤️📖📝⭐️ (@NikkiMoore_Auth) August 7, 2019
In addition to the WTAF response to her actions, who doesn't pack knickers when they're staying in an hotel?— badly drawn bee 🐝 (@soapachu) August 8, 2019
So if you are wondering why you should not use a kettle to clean your underwear, let me explain it to you.
- It leaves bacteria inside the kettle
- This will end up in the next person's drink
- While bacterial pathogens in the boiled water will either be killed or brought to such a level that it’s unlikely to affect someone’s health, it really is not worth the risk
- It is ALSO just disgusting
- And it doesn’t really clean your pants properly
Apparently this has been a debate around for sometime.
Real question: does anyone I know clean their underwear in a kettle when travelling?— Guy 'Yug' Blomberg 🔜 PAXWest (@YugSTAR) August 22, 2017
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