Woman with no outside tap gets her filthy patio tiles spotless using ‘amazing’ £1 cleaning paste
WITH warmer days upon us, Brits are tackling their outdoor spaces and getting them ready for a summer in the sun.
And what better way to start than scrubbing up your dirty patio tiles as this woman has done – and the results are incredible.
With no outside tap, the concrete area is hard to keep clean.
But with a little help from The Pink Stuff, a miracle cleaning paste loved by cleaning fanatics, the Mrs Hinch fan managed to get them spotless and is amazed by the results.
She shared striking before and after photos on Facebook, and the finished result has highly impressed internet users.
She wrote: "I have no outside tap so couldn't power wash the slabs to clean them. Seen that the miracle cream cleaner is good for getting slabs clean. Tried it and wow."
Explaining how she did it, she said: "Wet the slabs, add the pink stuff and scrub with a hard brush! Then wash the slabs off after with water.
"So much cleaner than they were! The Pink Stuff is amazing."
The Pink Stuff cleaning product has boomed in popularity, thanks to the likes of cleaning influencer Mrs Hinch using it frequently around her picture-perfect Essex home.
The best part is that it's super affordable at just £1, or less in some places, and cleaning fanatics are mad for it.
Impressed by the transformation, one person said: "Omg gonna try this thanks for the tip."
"Looks amazing im going to give this a go," said another.
While a third said: "Guess what I’m doing over Easter."
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She's not the only one either as this mum completely changes the colour of her tired patio – and she ditched the jet wash for a £1 cream instead.
Previously, a woman raved about how The Pink Stuff had left her cloudy shower screen sparkling like new.
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