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Spanish influencer shares stories of Brits’ horrible hygiene habits

Spanish influencer Carmen Agraz, residing in the UK for over a decade, criticizes Brits’ hygiene habits, recalling moving into a flat with ketchup stains and ginger hairs on the carpet, highlighting cultural differences in cleanliness standards.
the Spanish influencer Carmen Agraz, residing in the UK for over a decade, criticizes Brits' hygiene habits, recalling moving into a flat with ketchup stains and ginger hairs on the carpet, highlighting cultural differences in cleanliness standards.
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A Spanish influencer who’s been living in the UK for more than a decade has shared her stories of Brits’ horrible hygiene habits.

Carmen Agraz said folks from Britain aren’t tidy enough.

Carmen, who boasts 95,700 followers on Instagram, recalled the last time she moved home.

She said she was told in her contract that her new flat had been cleaned by a professional team.

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But when she moved in, she realised the cleaning team had forgotten to turn up.

Or so she thought.

the Spanish influencer Carmen Agraz, residing in the UK for over a decade, criticizes Brits' hygiene habits, recalling moving into a flat with ketchup stains and ginger hairs on the carpet, highlighting cultural differences in cleanliness standards.
Carmen Agraz. (Picture: Jam Press)

When she called her landlords, she was stunned by their reply.

Carmen said: “They told me my cleanliness standards were very high.

“I knew the previous tenant who lived here had ketchup, there were traces on the furniture.”

Another thing Carmen is dumbstruck by is the UK’s love of carpeted floors.

When she moved in, she quickly realised “the previous tenant was a redhead” because she found the matted floor full of ginger hairs.

She ended up having to do a deep clean of the place before she could stomach settling in.

the Spanish influencer Carmen Agraz, residing in the UK for over a decade, criticizes Brits' hygiene habits, recalling moving into a flat with ketchup stains and ginger hairs on the carpet, highlighting cultural differences in cleanliness standards.
Carmen Agraz. (Picture: Jam Press)

And the influencer may have a point.

According to a recent survey, 32 per cent of Brits don’t wash daily.

Another found that 33 per cent wash their bathroom towels just once every three months.

Carmen would love to return to her salubrious home in Córdoba, Andalusia.

But she writes in her Insta bio: “I wanted to return to Spain, but I fell in love with an Englishman.”

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