Floor Mask

You know that one day where you’re too lazy to pick things off the floor come what may.

One fine day, as I was about to make brunch, an egg slipped off my fingers and humpty dumpty had a great a fall. All of my horses and all of my knight couldn’t put Humpty together again.

So, since a mess has been created, I had to step in.

First thing first is to analyse the situation.

Premise 1: It’s my lazy day – there’s absolute no motivation to bend down and clear up the mess.

Premise 2: Hey! Let’s take this opportunity and make an experiment!

Eggs are proven to be a good face mask. So, out of boredom (and laziness), I wondered, ‘What if, I give my floor that benefit as well?’

I mean, there are so many expensive flooring detergent claiming to leave your floor clean and shiny after a few use. Besides, won’t the egg dry out and I could just peel it off it one go? It’ll be way easier than using few kitchen towels and floor wipes and whatnots to clear a wet raw egg.

Experiment operation: Go!

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After a day (or two)

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Yup. Didn’t even bother picking up the shell.

Laziness level: Asian.

Turns out, it is actually more difficult to clear dried raw egg and it does not come off in one peel like a face mask. I had to use a spatula to scrape the hardened bits.

So, moral of the story… wet raw egg is easier to clean.

You’re welcome. *flips spatula*

Funny how that spot got a little shinier than before. Maybe I should use raw eggs as floor cleaning agent.

Hehe.

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