Savvy woman shares how she transformed her shower from grimy to gleaming with a $2.50 cleaning buy – no scrubbing necessary
- An Australian woman has shared her $2.50 secret to sparkling shower screens
- She said she scrubs her bathroom with Strike cleaning spray from Woolworths
- The woman said the budget-friendly product lifts all traces of grime and scum
- She said one 750ml bottle lasts 24 cleans, meaning each scrub costs just 10c
A thrifty woman has revealed how she keeps her shower screen sparkling clean with a $2.50 spray from Woolworths.
Posting her trick in an Australian cleaning group on Facebook, the woman said she has been wiping her shower glass with Strike cleaning spray from Woolworths for the past two years – and claims it has never let her down.
She said the budget-friendly product lifts all traces of grime and scum with minimal effort in just three minutes.
The woman said the 750ml bottle generally lasts her 24 cleans, which means each scrub costs just 10c.
An Australian woman claims a $2.50 bathroom cleaner is the secret to turning grimy shower screens (left) sparkling clean (right)
‘I have lost years of my life (ok maybe not years but definitely weeks) cleaning shower screens,’ the woman wrote.
‘The past two years I’ve been using this amazing (and amazingly cheap) product and it literally adds three minutes to my shower once a week (or fortnight or month whatever).
‘My shower screen is always perfectly clear no matter how much build up is on it.’
She said she uses a soft loofah to spread the spray across her shower screens, adding: ‘It dries so clear!’
Strike bathroom and shower cleaner (pictured) is sold in Woolworths for $2.50
Earlier this year, Australians raced to buy using a similar ‘no scrub’ cleaner that lifts dirt off oven racks after a mother raved about it on social media.
The mum used $8.70 Oven Power, a kit from Queensland cleaning brand Oz Kleen which contains a detergent and plastic bag that racks can be left to soak in overnight.
The kit, which is also stocked in other major supermarkets including Coles and Woolworths, comes with gloves to protect your hands from chemicals.
The mother said she left her racks in the bag for 24 hours, ‘turning often’ to ensure the detergent covered every inch.
These photos uploaded to Australian Facebook group Aldi Mums show the racks before and after cleaning
Oven Power (pictured) is a kit from Queensland cleaning brand Oz Kleen which contains a detergent and plastic bag that racks can be left to soak in overnight
Photos uploaded to Australian Facebook group Aldi Mums show the racks before and after cleaning.
‘I swear by this product I bought a while ago from Aldi and was hesitant to use,’ the mother wrote.
‘Wow, I should have used this a long time ago. Never ever will I use anything else again. Best product by far on the market for your ovens and barbecues.’