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FOR many people, cleaning is an arduous task that takes up too much time.

If you're one of those people, you're going to love this hack - which uses just a bottle of Flash all purpose cleaner to clean an entire bath in one go.

3Clean your bath and bathroom products in one go with this ingenious hackCredit: Tiktok/@homethirty_one 3All it takes is a bottle of Flash all purpose cleaner and a spongeCredit: Tiktok/@homethirty_one

Instead of faffing around with bathroom cleaners, limescale removers and bleach, TikTok user Homethirtyone simply fills the bath with warm water, splashes in some Flash and lets it get to work.

And as well as ensuring the tub itself comes up spick, span and stain-free, the shampoos, shower gels and even the bath tray are also popped in the water as well - ensuring everything gets a onceover in one take.

As the tray and products are soaked in the Flash and water, a sponge is used to clean all over the bath with the water, before it's all wiped off with a dry cloth to reveal a sparklingly clean tub.

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"How did we ever live without these cleaning TikToks?" someone commented on the post, while another added, "What a good idea!"

"I've been doing this for years - it makes the bathroom smell amazing too!" someone else replied.

And given that a bottle of Flash retails for around £2, the cleaning hack is another one to add to the cheap and cheerful list.

Don't worry if you can't get hold of the pink Flash - cherry blossom scent - either, as any one will work just as well.

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3The bathroom is left sparkling clean once it's been given a onceover with the FlashCredit: Tiktok/@homethirty_one You’ve been scrubbing your pans all wrong - the right way uses natural ingredients and it’s super easy

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Analysis: Andy Reid helped pave the way for young coaches

Andy Reid was a young, offensive-minded coach who hadn’t even been a coordinator when Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie hired him to lead a franchise out of despair 23 years ago.

Now, Reid and three much younger, offensive gurus are the last coaches standing.

The NFL’s Final Four teams each feature a head coach with a strong offensive pedigree who took different paths to reach this point. Reid just happens to be two decades older than all of them.

The 63-year-old Reid leads the Kansas City Chiefs to their fourth straight AFC championship game against 38-year-old Zac Taylor and the Cincinnati Bengals in the first game Sunday.

In the second game, 42-year-old Kyle Shanahan and the San Francisco 49ers visit 36-year-old Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams for the NFC title.

It’s become a trend for NFL owners to give younger assistants their first head coaching job instead of hiring former head coaches. Six of the seven coaches hired last year were first-timers, including five under 45 years old.

On Thursday, the Denver Broncos chose Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett to be their head coach and the Chicago Bears selected Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus as their guy. Hackett is 42, Eberflus is 51. Both will be first-time head coaches.

Reid, who guided the Eagles to four consecutive NFC title games in the early 2000s, won his first Super Bowl two years ago. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers prevented the Chiefs from repeating last year.

Reid began his NFL coaching career as an assistant on Mike Holmgren’s staff in Green Bay in 1992. He held various roles for seven seasons as an assistant offensive line coach, tight ends coach, quarterbacks coach and assistant head coach before Lurie gave the little-known Reid an opportunity to make a big leap to head coach.

Reid seized it, impressing Lurie in his interview with a 6-inch binder containing notes on how to build a winning team. He won quickly in Philadelphia, leading the Eagles to a playoff victory in his second season and four straight NFC East titles and conference championship games over his next four years. Reid won more games than any coach in Eagles history over 14 seasons before going to Kansas City. He’s had a winning record in each of his nine seasons with the Chiefs, going 103-42.

His success has helped pave the way for other bright assistants to get opportunities to lead teams without previous head coaching experience.

Shanahan lost to Reid in the Super Bowl following the 2019 season. He was the offensive coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons when they blew a 28-3 lead to Brady and the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl five years ago. McVay lost to Bill Belichick and the Patriots in the Super Bowl after the 2018 season.

Neither wants to wait as long as Reid did to hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

“Just like anybody, when you have big moments in your life, whether it’s really good or really bad, those are things that you think about from time to time,” Shanahan said Thursday about his losses.

“I was pretty committed when I got in this profession, doing everything you can to have an opportunity to someday win a Super Bowl. Losing those, it’s hard to say it makes it stronger because I feel like that’s how I started off. But you know how hard it is to get there. I think that’s the biggest thing, how hard it is to get there. And you just want an opportunity to get there again because you feel, if you can get there, you can do it. But I know the road that it takes to get there and it’s not easy, and you’re looking every second you can to get that opportunity again.”

Shanahan’s dad, Mike Shanahan, led the Broncos to a pair of Super Bowl titles in the late 1990s.

McVay began his NFL career as an offensive assistant under Jon Gruden in Tampa Bay in 2008. He spent seven seasons in Washington, including three as an offensive coordinator, before the Rams made him the youngest head coach in league history at age 30 in 2017.

“I feel really grateful for these five years,” McVay said this week. “Has it accelerated my aging? Yes. It’s like dog years. But I love every second of it. But I definitely feel like I’ve aged a lot more than five years over the last handful of seasons.”

Taylor got his first gig in the NFL as an assistant quarterbacks coach with Miami in 2012. He was on McVay’s staff in Los Angeles for two seasons when the Bengals hired him in 2019 and went 6-25-1 in his first two seasons. But with Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase on board, Taylor has turned Cincinnati into championship contenders.

“I think all that matters is our team has a lot of confidence right now and we believe that we belong,” Taylor said. “We believe that we’re as good as any team in the NFL.”

Reid, Shanahan and McVay could say the same.


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