Woolworths shopper’s miracle shower screen transformation - using two bargain buys

A Woolworths shopper has revealed how she transformed her shower screen using two bargain supermarket buys.

Sharing on Facebook, home owner Hayley said she used a simple hack she spotted on TikTok to overhaul her super cloudy glass screen.

Hayley said she used Woolworths’ own brand of white vinegar and dishwashing liquid - which cost just $2.40 for the two - to make her shower like new.

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She then simply added a 50-50 mixture of both liquids to the handle of a Chux Dishwand - and then cleaned as usual.

“I saw this on TikTok,” said Hayley on the Cleaning & Organising Inspiration Australia Facebook page.

“I hate cleaning! This was done with dish soap and white vinegar.”

Hayley shared the results of her hard work with a series of before and after photos.

Aside from a small strip of scum at the bottom of the screen, which some believe may be glass cancer, it’s hard to believe it’s the same bathroom.

Many Facebook users were blown away by the results.

Woolworths shopper’s miracle shower screen transformation - using two bargain buys

“Oh my gosh. I’ve just done mine and it looks great!” said one.

“Exactly what I use - and I’m a cleaner!” added another.

Wrote a third: “This is what I use. Morning fresh and cleaning vinegar. It’s brilliant.”

Said one more: “OMG thank you for sharing. I was going to ask how to clean shower screens in a safe way. Will definitely be using it tomorrow.”

The hack comes as Woolworths releases the results of new research about recent shopping habits in the cleaning aisle.

Cleaning sales spike

The supermarket said it had seen a huge spike in the sale of cleaning products over the past two weeks.

Sales in the Woolies cleaning buys are up by 25 per cent compared to last year - including a 25 per cent rise in mop sales and a 38 per cent lift for disposable gloves.

Woolworths also says sales of dishwashing products have increased by 17 per cent over the same period.

“As the weather begins to warm up and some COVID restrictions ease, we’ve seen a real shift in what customers are putting in their basket,” Woolworths Chief Commercial Officer Paul Harker said.

“The most notable increase has been across our range of cleaning products, as customers spring clean their homes and once again prepare to entertain loved ones.

“Even sales of dishwashing tablets have increased, with customers continuing to eat more at home and run the dishwashing more frequently.”

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