Anyone who’s ever cleaned a house will appreciate finding ways to make the task easier. One of everyone’s favorite high traffic rooms to clean is the bathroom.
Yup. It where’s mold, mildew, soap scum, and other yucky substances like to gather. If left unchecked for too long, rings, film, and specks of fill-in-the-blanks will take over. Sharing her bathroom counterattack tips and a very personal look into her shower grime is DIYer Katie Sottile.
No offense to any of you who find bliss in cleaning, but I can’t think of any place in the bathroom that’s a joy to clean. But Katie uses a technique that will make showers and tub scrubbing so much simpler. With all-powerful vinegar, dish soap, and a tool normally used for dishwashing, she gets down to the gritty with a shower/tub cleaner.
What makes it even better is that this two-in-one cleaner can be made with supplies bought from the dollar store. You’ll be ready to make a quick run to your local Dollar Tree with only a fiver. Check it out!
Scrub sponge with built-in soap dispenser wand
Bottle of dish soap
1.Pour and Mix
Pour soap and vinegar into soap dispenser compartment located on the handle. Shake it.
Pour any leftover soap and matching amount of vinegar into a spray bottle.
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