From years of grime to sparkling clean: Mother shares the $5.20 eucalyptus product that wipes off stubborn stains from shower doors within MINUTES
- A mother ‘tried everything’ to get rid of the stubborn grime on her shower door
- But she found a simple cleaning hack that could have them sparkling in minutes
- ‘Before’ images showed the shower screen impossible to see through the scum
- She was able to wipe off years of soap scum in minutes after using $5.20 product
A mother who ‘tried everything’ to get rid of the stubborn grime on her shower door has discovered a simple cleaning hack that could have them sparkling in minutes.
The Australian woman revealed she used a $5.20 product and cloth to wipe off years of soap scum in just five minutes.
After spending countless hours scrubbing to no avail, she said she heard about the ‘water soluble’ eucalyptus that claimed to get rid of dirt and grease with minimal effort.
And she was so impressed by the natural cleaning method, she shared the spectacular results in the Australian Facebook group Mums Who Clean.
Before and after: A mother who ‘tried everything’ to get rid of the stubborn grime on her shower door has discovered a simple cleaning hack that could have them sparkling in minutes
What to use eucalyptus water soluble solution on
- Use as a room freshener by diluting with water
- Add drops to water for mopping floors
- Add to laundry rinse
- Use to remove grease marks on clothes
- Clean stainless steel surfaces
‘We’ve been in our new place for almost a year and I’ve tried so many sprays and chemicals to get my shower glass clean with no luck until I saw someone used water soluble Eucalyptus,’ she said in the group.
The method is very simple. She used the water soluble Eucalyptus with a dry microfibre cloth to wipe the grease scum off completely.
She explained the key was to use the ‘water soluble’ product, not the eucalyptus oil.
Within five minutes, her shower door was sparkling clean.
Her ‘before’ images showed the foggy effect from top to bottom of the screen.
However the ‘after’ shots showed the shower screen looking practically brand new.
The woman revealed she used Eureka Eucalyptus solution, which can be purchased from major supermarkets such as Coles, or a chemist.
The mother said she spent over a year scrubbing with different sprays and products – but nothing seemed to work
The woman revealed she used Eureka Eucalyptus oil, which can be purchased from stores such as Coles, Big W or a chemist
Other members of the cleaning group were shocked at the dramatic transformation and inspired to take on their own shower screens.
‘On my list of chores to do Sunday and have struggled as well. Thank you,’ one wrote.
While another wrote: ‘Oh thank you going to try this tonight when I get home. I’ve tried all the other ideas and nothing has worked.’
The mother who used the product warned others to keep their bathrooms ventilated when using it as the smell could be ‘overpowering’.