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Homeowner shares free hack to clean your radiators & people call him a genius – all you need is a bucket of water | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker


WHEN it comes to your routine house clean, there’s one forgotten task we really should take care of.

After dusting off the cobwebs, wiping down our surfaces and mopping the filthy floors, our poor radiators are crying out at us for a good spritz.

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People have called the hack ‘genius’Credit: chesterlive1/TikTok
Stephano's empty bucket has filled up with dust and debris

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Stephano’s empty bucket has filled up with dust and debrisCredit: chesterlive1/TikTok

But the question is: when did you last clean your radiators? 

The whole job seems like a nightmare – trying to push tiny brushes down the back to unhook tufts of dust and debris. 

But it doesn’t need to be this tough. 

One homeowner has shared his own easy trick to de-grub household radiators, and all you need is a bucket of water.

Stephano – also known as Chesterlive1 on TikTok – has amassed over 65,000 likes on his social media page. 

Usually filled with sweet videos of his cats, the homeowner surprised his 3,000 followers with a handy cleaning hack. 

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So far, six million people have watched the man at work and the result he gets from it is amazing.

The useful video begins in what looks like a newly purchased home. 

In the empty living room there’s a large empty plastic box on the floor below a long radiator. 

Meanwhile, the windowsill above is covered in paper and tape. 

A man is heard announcing: “Ok, let’s go.” 

It’s assumed the heating is off as Stephano proceeds to pour a huge bucket of water down the middle of the radiator. 

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The water gushes through the inside of the radiator – and what comes out of the bottom is astounding.

Huge clumps of dust and dirt drop into the empty plastic box, and the clean water comes out a murky brown colour.

Stephano zooms in to show the extent of the dirt he’s cleaned out, and one of his cats comes to inspect.

TikTok users were stunned by the hack and some have even vowed to give it a try themselves.

“That’s me tomorrow now, thanks,” replied one chuffed user.

“Cat be like: oh damn, it’s my hair,” joked a second. 

“Genius,” gushed a third.

“How satisfying,” added a fourth.

Meanwhile, other users had tips of their own to share without using masses of water.

“It comes out just as good with a spray bottle and you don’t have to worry about loads of water going over the floor,” commented another savvy cleaner.

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“Air duster works also,” claimed another. 

And a final viewer said: “Use a radiator brush.”

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