A MUM left the rest of her family flabbergasted when she used her youngest child to demonstrate how to correctly open and close the blinds.
Yasemin Brett took to TikTok to share a video in which she asked her son Connor to "open and close the blind a little bit please".
Connor dutifully obliged – pulling the back string to close it and the front string to open it.
"Jamie, can you do that as well please?" she asked her partner, who did exactly the same by pulling the back string to bring the blind down, and the front one to bring it back up.
"Right, Ollie can you do that please?" she then said, after instructing someone to get him a chair so he could reach.
When it was his turn, Ollie used the front string to bring the blind both up and down – leaving the rest of his family stunned.
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"What? Sorry, what? I didn't know you could do that," Connor and Jamie exclaimed, as they rushed to try it out.
"Oh, that's actually cool, I didn't know you could do that," Connor said as he demonstrated the hack.
"I've been doing it like this to open it and this to close it," he said of using both the strings.
In the comments section, people were divided as to whether or not they knew about the opening and closing trick.
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"It’s the fact that the youngest knew , very clever," one person wrote.
While another added: "omg same here.. now I know. your son is so clever."
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However, someone else commented: "I'm sorry but that's not a hack, it's literally how they work."
"If you're impressed with that just wait till you find out the light goes off when the fridge door shuts," another added.
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