A woman revealed that she sold the dirt from her vacuum cleaner for $30 – but the dust from her house is far from her most in-demand product.
Ana Dee, from the US, has made a living by selling used items on the internet including toilet scrubbers and dirty water for over a decade.
‘I sold the contents of my vacuum for $20 today,’ she began in a video. ‘However, the buyer wanted a surprise… so I upsold that for $30 and included a lollipop.’
Ana Dee, from the US, has made a living by selling used items of hers on the internet including toilet scrubbers, dirty water, and more for over a decade
A woman revealed that she sold the dirt from her vacuum cleaner for $30 – but the dust from her house isn’t her most in-demand product
She recently shipped off a garbage bag of dirt from her home and included a used lollipop at the request of the buyer.
Ana’s video has been viewed over 8.3million times – with thousands of viewers demanding answers about her unusual line of work.
‘What are they even doing with this?’
To which Ana claimed her clients would ‘eat, smell, worship, and roll around’ in it.
The entrepreneur was shocked by the response her video got – explaining that it was extremely mundane to be selling the contents of her vacuum online.
‘I’ve been doing it for ten years and it’s just so normal to me,’ she said in a follow up video. But it makes the general public [gag]!’
She revealed that she was simply doing a job and providing a service.
‘I’m not here to shame anyone, I don’t yuck people’s yum.’
‘If they are into toilet scrubbers or dirty water, I’ll provide that service. I’m not hurting anyone.’
Ana revealed that her work requires a lot of time and patience as she gets over a hundred messages everyday, and only a couple of people are serious about buying from her
The woman claimed that it was a simple issue of supply and demand, and often found that many were ‘jealous’ of how ‘easy’ her work was.
‘My comment section is either very flabbergasted and intrigued or it’s triggering people to get really upset that they aren’t doing it,’ she said.
‘But I’m going to say this over and over – it’s not easy. A seven second TikTok may make it look easy, but you are screening through people left and right.’
Ana gets over a hundred messages everyday, and only a couple of people are serious about buying from her.
She claimed that her line of work required a lot of time, patience, good people skills, better marketing, and excellent customer service.
‘The biggest concern I get from the general public is that it is not smart to sell my DNA when I am selling used items.’
But she quickly dispelled those fears.
‘Think about this – if you are a Depop or an eBay seller, your finger prints and hair could be on these items. When you leave the house, you touch things, the trash you put on your street has your DNA.’
Ana has receipts of sale for all the items she sells, and evidence that the people who buy her products worship and find gratitude and abundance through them.
‘If ever a piece of my DNA was at a crime scene, it would be easy to figure out who I sold what to and point the authorities in the correct direction.’
She added, ‘I’m not worried about the police – I have my phone with my location and alibis from the people around me.’
Ana has receipts of sale for all the items she sells, and evidence that the people who buy her products worship and find gratitude and abundance through them
Many women shared some of the odd things they sold or did for money.
‘Someone contacted me to buy my trash once and explained he basically got satisfaction from being ‘humiliated’ by what he was wasting his money on,’ one revealed in a comment.
‘Girl, one guy paid me to run over a hot wheel with my Honda civic!’