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Kitchen fitter spots note and gift from previous tenants hidden under floor

A kitchen fitter stumbled across a heartwarming note when he was doing renovation work.

Labourer Craig shared his surprise on TikTok, where he said: "So we're stripping out a kitchen and we found a message under the floor.”

The Scottish bloke pointed the camera towards the message scrawled beneath the units 20 years ago.

It reads: "Jack and May lived here – three kids and a dog. Kitchen done up during April and May 2001. All the best, have a drink on us."

Alongside the kind words was a small bottle of Glenkinchie whiskey, which was attached to the wall.

The message brought a smile to Craig’s face – and TikTokers thought it was very sweet too.

Footage of the kitchen note has been viewed more than 74,200 times on Craig's @hooserice88 page.

Many also took the time to leave a comment.

One responder wrote: “How cute is that! Wow.”

“I found a bottle of Gordon’s gin taking apart my kitchen but it was a secret stash from the wife.”

Another said: “Awww. That was so sweet.”

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A third wrote: “How lovely is that. I might do that when mine eventually gets done.”

A fourth commented: “That’s actually so cute. Like that restores my faith in the world.

“Probably don’t drink it if you’re using power tools though.”

And another added: “This trumps writing under the wallpaper. I love this.”

Have you ever found a note hidden in your house from previous tenants? Let us know in the comments section below.

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