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Flight attendant reveals dirtiest part of plane interior: 'They are never clean'

Flight attendant reveals dirtiest part of plane interior: ‘They are never clean’

Flight attendant Brenda Orelis revealed that seat back pockets are the dirtiest surfaces on an airplane

Photo: Playback/Instagram/@flightbae.b

A flight attendant revealed the only area on the plane that is dirtier than the bathrooms because they are “never cleaned”. Miamitiktoker, is the creator of tiktoker Fly Bay He has been working in the area for 9 years. warned that seat back pockets They are full of “germs” and have no regular maintenance or cleaning, unlike toilets.

The professional alerted her 98,000 followers on TikTok to the fact in a video she posted and said she saw passengers put all sorts of things in their pockets, from discarded foods to tissues and even soiled diapers.

“Did you know that seat back pockets are the dirtiest surface on an airplane? They’re dirtier than toilets, dirtier than seat cushions and dirtier than coffee tables,” Brenda said.

Flight attendant Brenda Orelis revealed that seat back pockets are the dirtiest surfaces on an airplane

Flight attendant Brenda Orelis revealed that seat back pockets are the dirtiest surfaces on an airplane

Photo: Playback/Instagram/@flightbae.b

He added, “Because it’s never clean. Unless someone vomits or something dirty, sticky, and pus comes out of there, it’s not clean.” The flight attendant explained that the people responsible for cleaning the plane will take out the trash and other things left in the pockets, but they will not clean them.

“All these germs have accumulated and there is no real regular maintenance or cleaning of these surfaces, while bathrooms are regularly cleaned and sanitized,” she said.

Followers of the hostess commented on the content on her social network. “I usually put my phone there,” one shocked netizen wrote. Another said, “That’s right! I once saw a dad put a used diaper in the back pocket of the seat.”

However, one of the people who cleans the plane said there are seat pockets that are often cleaned after flights. “We have two teams for each plane. One picks up trash and brooms. The other team cleans each one deeply,” he said.

Another person who works in the area agreed, saying that the seat pockets are usually sanitized, depending on the amount of time employees have to clean it. “It usually takes an hour and 30 minutes on larger planes, but for a quick layover it takes about 15-30 minutes with a crew of six, you’re not wrong but you’re not 100% right,” he explained.

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