I'm a crime scene cleaner – how to clean up after a house party & why buckets are a MUST

CLEANING up after others becomes second nature when it's your job.

Jacob Suarez, a professional crime scene cleaner that goes by Biggie Clean on social media showed viewers how he tidies up off the clock – specifically – in the aftermath of house parties.


"I would like to think my friends invite me to parties because I'm cool, but honestly I think they just want me because I'm a crime scene cleaner," Suarez joked at the beginning of a cleaning tutorial video posted to TikTok.

In the clip, the cleaning expert gave viewers a look at how he cleans after a function – and it's the advice everyone needs on a weekend.

Suarez recommended a bucket to get the task done, citing liquid food and beverage waste as a prime reason.

For his first set of instructions, he suggested putting furniture back where it belongs and "mopping like the queen of England is on her way."

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This was followed by grabbing a trash bag and going room by room to get all the cans and plastic cups separated for easy recycling in the future.

"You can actually get a good amount of money if you recycle them at a local BottleDrop," the experienced cleaner advised.

The next step was to give your kitchen a good deep cleaning, as you "never know what was going on in there."

Suarez used what he referred to as the 'scrub daddy power paste' to get the stove shining.

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He rounded the thorough cleaning job up by doing the dishes.

In a separate video addressing his crime scene cleaning work, Suarez sarcastically responded to a viewer who questioned if he wears gloves when cleaning up crime scenes.

"When you clean up after dead people there are a few dangerous things to get in contact with. An obvious one is the person's blood that can be carrying all sorts of infectious diseases…

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"For me personally I don't like to wear gloves cause first of all, I'm not a baby, and secondly I wanna have a stronger immune system than all my friends.

"Obviously that's just a joke. I do wear gloves at work," the cleaning expert quipped, making it clear that gloves are an essential part of his job.




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