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We’ve never been as aware of our surroundings as we are now.
But in a bid to keep her personal space as germ free as possible amid the coronavirus panic, one woman has discovered just how filthy an everyday space really is.
Taking to Facebook, the woman explained she boarded a train from the Blue Mountains in NSW with a bottle of high-grade cleaner and decided to clean her seat,
The concerned woman didn’t stop at just one seat though, deciding to wipe down each of the cushioned seats in her carriage.
“I felt bad, just looking after my health. No one was around so I wiped every seat and handle on the upper deck of my carriage. Look at those seats shine,” she said.
Woman finds filthy truth about train seats amid coronavirus outbreak. Picture: Facebook / Mums Who CleanSource:Facebook
However, it wasn’t her kind act that caught the attention of the members in the Mums Who Clean Facebook group – it was the “disgusting” state she found her cloths in after cleaning the chairs. Sharing a photo of her dirty cloth beside a clean one, people were horrified.
“I can’t believe they wouldn’t clean our trains properly, look at how dirty your cloth got,” one said.
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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