By Carina Stathis For Daily Mail Australia
05:15 19 Nov 2020, updated 05:33 19 Nov 2020
- A TikTok user has demonstrated how to clean your bathroom like a professional
- In a video posted on November 2, she outlined an easy step-by-step guide
- The woman who calls herself the ‘CEO of Cleaning’ revealed the products used
- She used Jif Cream Cleanser, Glitz Shower Bathroom Foam and Windex
- The products and sequence made the bathroom look sparkling clean
A TikTok user has been shared by thousands after posting a simple step-by-step guide on how to thoroughly clean the bathroom like a professional.
The woman who goes by ‘Clean With Me’ online titled herself as the ‘CEO of Cleaning’ and shared the video on November 2.
‘The never-ending bathroom clean,’ she captioned the post and began with several shots of her dirty bathroom sink and water-stained mirror.
She also revealed the helpful budget cleaning products used to make the bathroom look sparkling clean and spot free.
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In the one-minute video, the woman began by squirting a generous amount of the $4 Jif Cream Cleanser into the sink.
Using a bathroom brush and water, she thoroughly scrubbed the surface of the sink and bench to remove any germs and unwanted grime.
A wide brush is used to clean majority of the sink and a thin brush is also used to clean the hard to reach areas, such as the corners and behind the tap.
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The surface is then wiped down with a sponge and water to remove all germs and excess product.
To clean the tap specifically, the woman used the Glitz Shower Bathroom Foam spray, which can be purchased from Bunnings Warehouse.
After applying, scrubbing and washing the product off, the tap was left looking shiny as if it were brand new.
The final step involves using the Windex Multi-Purpose Glass and Surface Cleaner priced at $4 from Woolworths.
The product removes germs, dirt and grime while also resulting in a streak-free shine on mirrors.
The woman applied the spray and wiped down the mirror in a downwards motion using a squeegee.
To complete the routine, she buffed the entire surface of the sink and bench once more using a microfibre cloth.
The end result looked pristine and seems easy for anyone to replicate themselves.
Since sharing the video online it has since received more than 280,000 views and 44,000 ‘likes’.