How to transform your shower screen in MINUTES: Renter reveals how she cleaned her ‘cloudy’ bathroom and left it sparkling with little effort
- An Australian renter has shared how she cleaned the bathroom shower screen
- The glass was originally ridden with soap scum was was left looking brand new
- Mum Tammy used the Gumption cleanser and three multi-purpose cleaners
- Social media users dubbed the transformation as ‘amazing’ and ‘fabulous’
A Sydney renter has shared how she cleaned the bathroom shower screen ridden with cloudy soap stains using budget products.
Mum-of-two Tammy shared before and after images to the Mums Who Clean Facebook group and revealed she used the Gumption Cleanser and three multi-purpose cleaners to kill unwanted bacteria.
‘One of my end of lease jobs! I think it came up pretty sparkly,’ she captioned the social media post.
Tammy paired the Gumption paste with the Plus 3 citrus blend disinfectant, Ajax Eco Nature multipurpose cleaner and the Ecosense MelaMagic Heavy-Duty Cleaner – all purchased online.
Tammy shared before and after images on Facebook and revealed she used the Gumption Cleanser and three multi-purpose cleansers to kill bacteria
Gumption is a great alternative to harsh chemicals or bleaches
To make the shower look sparkling new, Tammy applied the products onto the glass and scrubbed for a few minutes.
She then rinsed the screen with warm water, squeegeed the excess away and wiped the surface dry with a microfiber cloth.
Gumption has been made in Australia for over 60 years and is a great alternative to harsh chemicals or bleaches.
The abrasive cleanser worked incredibly well at removing the soap scum from the glass, while the multi-purpose liquid products would’ve killed all bacteria and mould lurking in the shower.
The abrasive Gumption cleanser worked incredibly well at removing the soap scum from the glass, while the multi-purpose liquid products would’ve killed all bacteria and mould lurking in the shower
The shower screen was left looking spotless and in a pristine condition for the next renter to use.
Other Facebook users were impressed with the ‘amazing’ transformation and said the end result looked ‘fabulous’.
Many also revealed the go-to cleaning products they use, including Bar Keepers Friend, Windex and vinegar mixed with dishwashing liquid.
How to clean a shower screen using common household products:
Water and dishwashing detergent – put some dishwashing liquid on a coarse cloth or brush and scrub the shower screen using some water. Rinse with cool water
Baking soda and vinegar – scrub the shower screen using baking soda, but don’t rinse. Spray vinegar over the baking soda and then rinse with warm water
Vinegar and paper towels – soak paper towels in vinegar and place them on your dried shower screens. Cover the entire area with paper towels, and add an extra layer. Leave on for a minimum of 45 minutes, but up to a few hours for tough limescale. Remove the paper towels and rinse your screen
Hydrogen peroxide and bicarb – make a paste out of these two products and apply it to stubborn build-ups on your shower screen using a soft plastic dish scrubber
Source: Direct Connect