A survey has found that a third of Brits admitted to only changing their bedsheets once per year.
Experts generally suggest washing your sheets at least every fortnight and more regularly if you have eczema, dust mite allergies or asthma.
So, changing your sheets is important for your health as well as your hygiene.
According to data released by Hammonds Furniture, 18% of Brits only wash their jeans annually and 36% only washed their blankets once in this time.
Plus, the stats showed that only 40% of Brits wash their towels after every use and 80% wash their underwear after every use.
And, 25% of men admitted to only washing their undies after five washes while 10% admitted to washing them after 10, reports indy100.
The news was shared after a woman on Twitter asked people to share their stories of dating unhygienic men.
Oloni wrote: “Ladies.. let’s have some blah blah. You know how it goes.
I wanna know about the worst hygiene you have ever experienced with a man. During intimacy or casually.
“DM me all stories will be anonymous.”
And there were some belters out there.
One woman sent in: “Was giving him a massage before intimacy and he flipped on his stomach.
“The worst smell I’ve ever smelt in my life was emanating from his behind.
“It’s crazy how some straight men literally refuse to wipe their a** correctly.”
Another said: “One time I was at my f*** buddies place and it had been a while since I visited.
“Were getting down and dirty but I needed to pee so quickly went to the bathroom.
“When I tell you his toilet was so disgusting I had to sent a snap to my girls.
“I literally went back to his room and said we have to stop because his toilet has turned me the f*** off!”
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Another noted that she had to “tell him to wash his bedsheets because he’d leave them on until they literally smelled of beef hula hoops.”
He also admitted to her that when he ran out of hand soap he just used water to scrub up.
The survey was of 2000 people and we’d like to think that the data group was made up of dirtier-than-normal individuals.
But, judging from the stories sent in to Oloni, we don’t think they were.
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