Mum reveals how she cleaned her grout using an Aldi product


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  • Mum Nisha has wowed hundreds online after sharing how she cleans grout 
  • She used the Aldi Power Force Protect ‘N Clean Disinfectant mixed with water
  • The liquid worked instantly at removing dirt from the grout in her kitchen 
  • She used a towel to wipe away the liquid, exposing the original white texture 

A mum has wowed hundreds after sharing how she cleaned her filthy kitchen grout using a $2.29 bottle of Aldi disinfectant.

Nisha shared before and after images to a popular Australian Facebook group and revealed she used the Power Force Protect ‘N Clean Disinfectant mixed with water for sparkling results.

‘This stuff is unreal, no elbow grease needed,’ the caption read. 

 

she used the Power Force Protect 'N Clean Disinfectant mixed with water

A mum is being praised by hundreds on social media after sharing how she cleaned her filthy kitchen grout using an Aldi product. Nisha used the Power Force Protect ‘N Clean Disinfectant (right) mixed with water

‘I used half water and half the product in a squirt bottle – spray and wiped it off after two seconds,’ she said.

After mixing the product with water, she sprayed a generous amount of the liquid onto the grout and used a towel to scrub away the dirt, which worked instantly.

In a video, the underlying white grout can be seen as the filth is wiped away and cleaned. 

'I used half water half the product in a squirt bottle - spray and wiped it off after two seconds,' she said

‘I used half water half the product in a squirt bottle – spray and wiped it off after two seconds,’ she said

After mixing the product with water, she sprayed a generous amount of the liquid onto the grout and used a towel to scrub away the dirt, which worked instantly

After mixing the product with water, she sprayed a generous amount of the liquid onto the grout and used a towel to scrub away the dirt, which worked instantly

The product recommendation was praised by more than 430 others who ‘liked’ the Facebook post and thanked Nisha for sharing the insight.

‘Wow this looks so good, I’m going to get some to clean my tiles,’ one woman said.

‘Omg my kitchen needs this!’ another said, a third added: ‘Grout goals!’

Others encouraged Nisha to purchase a grout brush to make the job even easier. 

The cleaning insight is ideal for those who have had difficulty cleaning grout in tough areas, such as the bathroom or shower. 

In September another Australian mum revealed how she finally discovered how to clean dirty grout on bathroom shower walls with ease

In September another Australian mum revealed how she finally discovered how to clean dirty grout on bathroom shower walls with ease

She said she 'cracked the code' after trying a simple combination of bicarbonate of soda mixed with Domestos disinfectant bleach. For health and safety reasons, it's advised to avoid mixing bleach with other chemicals, but combining the product with bicarb soda is safe

She said she ‘cracked the code’ after trying a simple combination of bicarbonate of soda mixed with Domestos disinfectant bleach. For health and safety reasons, it’s advised to avoid mixing bleach with other chemicals, but combining the product with bicarb soda is safe

In September another Australian mum revealed how she finally discovered how to clean dirty grout on bathroom shower walls with ease.

The woman, from Melbourne, said she was left feeling frustrated after trying ‘every product’ on the walls of her bathroom in her rental property.

However she said she ‘cracked the code’ after trying a simple combination of bicarbonate of soda mixed with Domestos disinfectant bleach.

Sharing her tip – and stunning before and after photos – on the Facebook group Mums Who Cook, Clean and Organise, she wrote: ‘Mums! I’ve cracked the code! This took me only a few minutes and not a lot of effort – I couldn’t believe my eyes.’

For health and safety reasons, it’s advised to avoid mixing bleach with other chemicals, but combining the product with bicarb soda is safe.

CHEMICALS YOU SHOULD NEVER MIX 

Bleach + Vinegar

Baking Soda + Vinegar

Bleach + Ammonia

Drain Cleaner + Drain Cleaner

Hydrogen Peroxide + Vinegar

Bleach + Rubbing Alcohol 

Source: Good House Keeping 

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