By Cindy Tran for Daily Mail Australia
A nifty mum has shared the unusual $2.05 product she uses to make her shower screen squeaky clean without using any harsh chemicals.
The woman, from Melbourne, managed to strip the soap scum from the glass doors using a metal scrapper, designed for removing paint, which she purchased from Bunnings Warehouse.
She was so impressed with her effortless cleaning technique, she shared a video of herself demonstrating how she scrapped the grime off the glass of her bathroom shower in just seconds.
The woman, from Melbourne, managed to strip the soap scum from the glass doors using a metal scrapper, designed for removing paint, which she purchased from Bunnings Warehouse
'Since a lot of you ask about help to clean a shower. I thought I'd share a tool I found at Bunnings in the cleaning section,' she said in Mums Who Clean Facebook group.
'I use no cleaning products with this and it's super easy to use. And no, it doesn't scratch the glass. I personally leave mine dry because it's easier to see what still needs to be cleaned.'
Her video amazed hundreds of people, with many people saying they never thought about using a metal scrapper to remove the soap scum.
Others rushed out to get the same tool after stumbling across her post, with one saying: 'I tried this tonight and it literally took seconds, genius.'
She was so impressed with her effortless cleaning technique, she shared a video of herself demonstrating how she scrapped the grime off the glass of her bathroom shower in seconds
Some householders said they use the same tool to clean their kitchen stove tops.
'I use one of these to clean my oven and glass cooktop. Never scratched it and it does an amazing job,' one said, and another added: 'This tool is great, I use it on the hot plates, works great.'
'I use this on my ceramic cooktops... Stove comes a treat,' another woman said.
For stubborn soap scum, one person suggested: 'If it's just soap scum build up that hasn't yet eaten into the glass, WD40 is the best. Spray it on, leave five minutes then buff off. It's a degreaser.'
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