A Woolworths customer’s $2.60 floor tile cleaning hack is going viral on social media.
Sharing on a popular Facebook group, the supermarket shopper revealed how she used an inexpensive Woolies buy to overhaul her tile grout with unbelievable results.
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The mum explained that she used Strike Pro Bath & Shower Spray Cleaner – available from Woolworths for $2.60 – for the difficult job.
Transforming dirty floor tile grout from black to white is often a labour-intensive job that can take hours.
However fans of the affordable spray say it “works like magic” and takes “no effort at all”.
The mum who first shared the hack revealed how she achieved amazing results following a particular method.
“Cleaning mania kicked in after having family here for two weeks,” she explained on the Mums Who Clean page.
“This is the result I got – one happy mum here.”
She added: “Poured 1/2 bottle spray into 1/3 bucket hot kettle water – [which was] way easier than spraying the grout beforehand.
“When mopping, get the mop right in there over the grout. The longer it is left to dry, you’ll get the results.”
Since then, others have flooded social media to rave about the results they achieved using the hack.
“Works like magic!” one said.
“Did my entrance with these two products [Strike Pro Bath & Shower Spray and a Bunnings grout brush] and my Vileda spin mop/bucket to rinse brush.
“Mopped over it after with clean water just to remove streaks. Thank you to whoever came up with the idea!”
Another wrote: “To the lady who posted regarding this product …. OMG it’s fantastic.
“Just cleaned the floor grout in my laundry. No effort at all. Clean as new.
“It’s amazing product and at low cost.”
Hundreds of others said they were keen to give it a go.
“I have just purchased this today to give it a shot – I hope it works as well with me as it work for you,” said one.
Another responded: “Must be popular because my local has sold out.”
Said a third: “Amazing, it looks like a new floor.”
Wrote one more: “Wow, what a difference.”