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If you, like many, end up fighting with your duvet cover as you try and change your bedding it's going to be worth taking a look at this video for future reference:
Sophie Liard shared the clip on TikTok for others to follow and it's especially helpful for those changing the sheets alone - as well as meaning you're less likely to end up sweating your way into clean covers.
Sophie, who is known as The Folding Lady, begins by spreading the duvet out on top of the clean cover. Keeping the corners together she then rolls the entire thing down like a sausage.
After that she tucks the corners in at either side before flipping it over and unravelling it to reveal that the cover is miraculously on the duvet with little effort at all.
Sophie shared her 'hack' on TikTok and it's racked up over 400,000 views with more than 23,000 likes from all over the world.
Replying to her, one person wrote: "I don't get what you're [sic] doing, are you just laying the cover on top of the quilt then doing the rolling?" To which Sophie simply explained: "Duvet cover is inside out on the bottom, duvet on the top and roll."
Someone else commented: "I've done this every time since I saw your first video of this." While a third added: "This changed my life forever."
Another person shared their own tip, writing: "I just wash the duvet with the cover still on it and then hang it on the line in the summer or over my airer in the winter. Dries in a day."
Alongside changing your quilt covers, there's a lot to learn from TikTok. Earlier this month a woman shared with the online world her tip for getting paint out of carpets. Which I wish I knew back in lockdown #1 when I was redecorating my flat.
Kaytee wrote: "My husband came up with this whole idea - and if you don't have a carpet cleaner, this is for you.
"All you need is hot water. Scrape it up in the beginning - all the excess - and then you pour hot water on it and you vacuum it with a ShopVac and look at this... it looks brand new."
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