Mum wows with simple method to clean grubby shower screens with ease – no chemicals needed
- Mum shares a quick and easy way to clean glass shower screen
- She only used bicarb soda, lemon, salt and vinegar
A mum has impressed thousands by sharing a quick and easy way to clean a shower screen using four pantry staples.
Dominika, who goes by the username @Washy_Wash on social media, has gained a combined following of 2.2 million by sharing home hacks online.
In one video watched more than three million times, the UK mum used bicarbonate soda, half a lemon, salt and vinegar to remove the built-up soap scum from her bathroom shower.
‘Easy cleaning,’ she captioned the clip, and the glass was left looking sparkling new.
Before: mum Dominika used bicarbonate soda, half a lemon, salt and vinegar to remove the built-up soap scum from her bathroom shower.
After: the simple method made her shower look sparkling clean
In a spray bottle she squirts the white vinegar all over the screen then a few minutes later she spread the bicarbonate soda on top.
Dominika then adds some salt to half a lemon before rubbing it all over the shower surface.
Together the ingredients create a reaction to remove germs and soap with ease. She then rinsed down the screen to reveal the squeaky clean glass.
WHAT CAN I CLEAN USING LEMONS?
1. Rust – Lemons can help remove rust and rust stains from metal and fabrics. Simply rub the patch of rust with lemon before wiping away with a cloth.
If the stain is on fabric and can be moved outside to the sunshine when cleaning this will help.
2. Sweat stains – The annoying yellow marks can be removed with lemon too. Simply rub the effected area with a lemon before letting it sit over night and then pop it in the wash.
3. Lemon is also a natural bleaching agent – so putting some in the wash with your whites is a great way to have them looking and smelling fresh.
Many praised Dominika for sharing her advice and were enticed to try it themselves.
‘No way! I legit get so mad at water marks, I will try this,’ one person wrote.
‘I like the lemon idea. I have a lemon tree so I will use the ones that fall,’ another said, a third added: ‘This is great.’
But not everyone was onboard.
‘Or just use Windex,’ one wrote, another said: ‘I don’t know what’s wrong with buying streak-free solution from the store.’
Using Dominika’s method would be ideal for those who want to avoid using harsh chemicals at home.
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