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Australian mum shares her easy hack to clean glass shower screens and melt scum away like butter

Mum reveals her VERY unlikely secret to sparkling clean shower doors: ‘The scum melted off like butter’

  • An Australia mum has shared her secret to getting her shower screens sparkling
  • In a post to Facebook, Leigh Thomason said she used Mr Sheen’s surface polish
  • She said after using the unlikely cleaner melted soap scum away like butter


An Australian mum has shared her unusual hack for getting her shower screen sparkling and scum-free. 

In a post to popular Facebook group Mums Who Clean, Leigh Thomason said she used Mr Sheen’s Surface Cleaner Polish to make soap scum ‘literally fall off like butter’. 

She said the cleaning her shower with the unlikely product, which is typically viewed as a furniture polish, took ‘absolutely minimal effort’ and only a few minutes. 

In a post to popular Facebook group Mums Who Clean, Leigh Thomason said she used Mr Sheen’s Surface Cleaner Polish to make soap scum ‘literally fall off like butter’.

The thrifty mum shared her process with the group saying she started by wetting the shower screen, sprayed the Mr Sheen surface cleaner being careful not to inhale too many of the fumes. 

She then wiped the screen down with a micro-fibre cloth, rinsed with water and squeegeed it dry. 

Leigh’s helpful post attracted more than 1,600 likes and hundreds of comments from people praising her handy hack. 

‘I tried this on a patch because I didn’t think it would work but IT’S THE BOMB,’ one woman wrote.  

‘Just tried this after using it only on my timber and OMFG. So good but holy batman, be careful of that overspray on the floor,’ said another. 

‘I use this on shower screens after I have cleaned it, as it is a good water repellent,’ commented a third. 

Other shared their similar methods for cleaning their glass shower screens 

‘Someone also mentioned car wax on glass in showers. Would imagine it works like Mr. Clean would – going to try it,’ one person responded. 

‘Use the Aldi furniture polish. Does a great job also and cheaper,’ said a second.   

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