Mum’s amazing $2 Bunnings hack transforms scummy shower screens in minutes - with no chemicals

An Aussie mum has shared her shower cleaning secret - a Bunnings product that transforms  scummy shower screens without scrubbing or harsh chemicals.

Posting her find on a popular Facebook page, Amanda revealed how she uses just one product to ensure there is no build-up of dirt on her shower screen, and it works brilliantly!

And what is her genius product?

A simple window scraper - usually used to clean paint off a window when you are painting. 

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The easy-to-use tool is available at Bunnings with prices starting at just $2.09, and Amanda swears it works amazingly and you need no cleaning products at all!

“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,” said Amanda on the Mums Who Clean page.

“I use no cleaning products with this and it’s super easy to use! And no, it doesn’t scratch the glass.”

 

 

Her tip went down very well with members of the group who said they couldn't believe the results!

“I tried this tonight and it literally took seconds, genius!” said one.

"Our shower screen has not had a really good clean for quite sometime," said another. "The other day one of the other members posted about using a razor scraper for soap grime.

"Just by chance I had bought one a few weeks ago to remove some glue from something else so this morning I thought I’d just give it a little try.

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"OMG. An hour later and I have scraped all the built up soap scum off. I kept telling myself that I’d just do one more little bit but I couldn’t help myself!"

The window scraper Amanda used in her original post

Would you give it a try?

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