A WOMAN has revealed her clever hack for heating up food in her hotel room – but people have been left horrified by the method.

Izzy Justice posted the video on her TikTok account after staying at a hotel with her own food in tupperware.


In the video, she shows how she uses the tissue box cover to form a seal over the food, and then uses the hairdryer to warm it up inside.

She said: "No microwave in your hotel room? I got you.

"Take your tissue box, take the tissues out of the box, put the box over your food."

"Then, you're going to take your hairdryer, turn her on, and your food is going to be heated up."

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The video has been liked more than 143,000 times, with some people praising her.

One person said: "I like your creativity. Put something over the food though, plastic wrap or something."

Another wrote: "Wish I knew this so I could have made my popcorn yesterday."

However, the majority of people were horrified by the hack.

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Someone wrote: "Tell me you love GERMS without telling me you love germs…"

A second person said it was "food poisoning in a box."

People who work at hotels also chimed in, with one saying: "Don’t do that. I work in a hotel. That is not sanitary."

Earlier this year, a study revealed the dirtiest parts of a hotel room – and the hairdryer was one of the worst.

In most hotel rooms, the hairdryer had even more germs than the toilet seat.

It is thought that the problem occurs because cleaners tend to focus on items like the toilet, bath and sink in a hotel bathroom.

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