Professional cleaner reveals how she made a filthy bathroom sparkling clean with ease – and her top tips for great results every time
- A cleaner has revealed how she insures a sparkling clean shower every time
- The woman uses dishwashing liquid to make bathroom tiles and screens shine
- She shared pictures of a bathroom that had been untouched for seven months
A professional cleaner has revealed her secret to achieving a sparkling clean shower every time – showing incredible before and after shots of a bathroom which hadn’t been scrubbed for seven months.
The mum posted the pictures on a Facebook cleaning group, revealing the incredible transformation took two hours.
She used calcium lime scale and rust remover on the tiles and screen first before using dishwashing detergent to add some extra shine.
A professional cleaner has revealed her secret to achieving a sparkling clean shower every time – showing incredible before and after shots of a bathroom which hadn’t been scrubbed for seven months
The mum posted the pictures on a Facebook cleaning group, revealing the incredible transformation took just hours
Usually the cleaner would just use dishwashing liquid, but the calcium build up on the filthy bathroom screen was so thick she needed the CLR as well.
And people were impressed by the end result.
‘This is so satisfying to look at,’ one woman said, while others labelled the effort as ‘brilliant’.
‘This isn’t an easy thing to do, you definitely deserve credit, well done,’ added another.
Others asked why the job took two hours, claiming they could have done it in less than half the time.
‘I did take my time on this job and also cleaned half the oven while I was cleaning the shower as I was in no rush to get it done in a time frame.
The bathroom’s before pictures were slammed by cleaners who wondered how people can let their bathrooms get so dirty
She used calcium lime scale and rust remover on the tiles and screen first before using dishwashing detergent to add some extra shine
While some predicted the bathroom hadn’t been cleaned for longer than seven months.
‘I just don’t understand how people think it is okay to shower in that, makes me sick just looking at it,’ one woman wrote on the post.
The woman explained the couple who owned the home were going through a separation – which is why the bathroom hadn’t been cleaned.
The bathroom was cleaned to prepare the property for sale, the cleaner revealed
‘There are so many judgmental people out there. Is the shower dirty? Yeah it is but this post clearly states that they went through a separation, who knows what happened? Severe depression can be debilitating to people,’ one woman said, defending the home owners.
The cleaner said she also used bleach to help brighten up the grout in the bathroom.
The woman also added she ‘can’t wait to get back into cleaning’ after being in lockdown for six weeks.