A woman has discovered a kitchen hack that's totally transformed the way she cooks - and people have branded it a game-changer.

Instagram star Maja (@majaeast) took the lid off a pan and put it on the worktop, only to find it had left a huge wet ring - a situation we've all been in many times.

Sick of having to repeatedly clean, she discovered that panhandles can be used to hold lids, and all you have to do is flip it upside down.

Maja shared the cooking trick with her followers on social media, and now she's been inundated with comments from people who said it was a total game-changer.

What do you think about Maja's tip? Let us know in the comments...

In Maja's video, she said: "Okay so how often do you cook and you're like, 'I don't know where to put the lid!'

"How about you put it here?"

She then places the lid on the handle, with the edge slotted in under the lip which holds it in place.

Many of Maja's fans approved of the trick and rushed to the comments to thank her for sharing it.

Woman discovers ‘life-changing’ saucepan lid hack that makes cooking a breeze

One said: "You changed my life."

Then a second wrote: "Too funny."

And a third commented: "Yeah so I was today years old I learned this."

"Best hack ever," added a fourth user.

Meanwhile, have you ever wondered what the extra hole in your kitchen sink is for?

Not every sink has one, but if yours does, you've probably wondered what it's there for.

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Technically, it's there is to cover up a hole that lets you choose which side of the basin your taps are fitted - but that's not nearly as exciting as the secret second use for the hole that one man on TikTok has discovered.

Posting on his account, @rightguysreview, the man revealed that you can actually buy a special soap dispenser online that screws into the hole and allows you to squirt washing up liquid directly into the basin, saving you the hassle of getting the bottle out of the cupboard every time you want to wash up, or just leaving the bottle on display.

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