The miracle budget cleaning product had her carpets looking like new in just two minutes!
Savvy home-cleaners are praising ALDI’s Pre-Wash Stain Remover laundry spray, Di San yet again for its game-changing cleaning power.
But this spray doesn't just remove stains from cloths, the product also works wonders removing tough stains from carpets.
Posting to the facebook group Mum’s Who Clean, one woman shared the incredible results after spilling coffee on her light-coloured carpet.
But after a quick spray of the $1.29 Di San spay, the coffee stain had disappeared within two minutes.
“This is why I love Di-SAN. Coffee stain gone in 2 minutes,” she wrote.
“I sprayed the stain to fully cover it, left it for 30 seconds, used a wet cloth (cold water) rubbed back and forth then soaked up the moisture with paper towel. Stain gone.”
She went on to advise others that she 'never ever' rubs carpet in circles so that the colour doesn’t spread.
Other Facebook fans were quick to comment that they had also had success using the miracle cleaner to remove other tough stains out of their carpet, including red wine.
The popular ALDI product has developed a cult following amongst savvy cleaners with the many using the spray outside of the laundry in almost every room of the house.
Here’s how you can use it:
Cleaning grout: People have used it to clean the grout in their bathroom and kitchen by spraying on and scrubbing with a brush.
Shower tiles: Removing soap scum in the shower is never a fun job. Di San can be used by spraying on, leaving for a minute or two and then rinsing clean.
Shower screens: While you’re at it, you can use Di San on your shower screens as well. Simply spray the game-changing product onto the screen leave for a few hours, or even overnight, and then rinse off.
Oven trays: Simply spray the tray with Di San and let it sit for five minutes before giving it a scrub with steel wool.
Removing pet odours: One woman has shared she uses the ‘ultra degreaser with enzymes’ version of the product to eliminate pet odour in her home, especially cleaning up after her cat.
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