I’m a cleaning pro, and with just one pound, I can make your mugs look as good as new, free of any scuffs or scratches.
A CLEANING addict has revealed the quick and cheap method by which she gets rid of any abrasive marks on her mugs.
Those who are unable to start their day without a hot beverage will recognize the familiar dark scuffs on the base of your mug.
Ann Russel (@annrussell03), a genius who uses the social media app TikTok, has stepped in to help with a cheap and easy cleaning hack.
Ann took out a soup mug and claimed the hack’s markings wouldn’t come off in the dishwasher to show her 2.3 million TikTok followers.
On the other hand, she suggested using your preferred cleaning paste and a damp kitchen sponge.
Ann used Elbow Grease in her video, but there are plenty of other options for such pastes on the market.
The cleaning fan revealed the results of the scrubbing, and the mug looked as good as new.
Put it in the dishwasher or give it a quick rinse under the faucet to get rid of any remaining residue.
Many of Ann’s fellow neat freaks commented to express their gratitude for her revelation.
”I really thought those were scratches,” wrote one. I had no idea they were detachable.
”Learn something new every day.”
“Aw, those scribbles are so cute. They’re evidence of a cup that’s been used and enjoyed, another participant joked.
Wonderful Bingo: Today only, spend just £10 and get a £20 bonus plus 30 free spins!
”Ann is a legend,” a loyal fan exclaimed.
A second user agreed, writing, “I had no idea they were removable!” Ann, you are a priceless asset to our country.
You can find Elbow Grease paste at any store on the high street, and it has become a staple in many kitchens.
Both The Range and Fab Finds, an online store, sell 500-gram tubs of the stuff for one pound.
A penny should get you a tiny amount of the cleaning paste, thanks to the steal of a deal.
The genius has recently divulged a 20p hack to eliminate unpleasant shower limescale in seconds.
Anna claims that the process is straightforward and requires only a few easy steps and zero abrasive scrubbing.
She told her followers that taking off the shower head was step one.
Then, she said to drop it into a bowl of hot vinegar; in the United States, she recommended CLR cleaner.
Ann suggested an additional process for removing stubborn limescale deposits: threading a small pin or needle through each hole.
Again, the guru’s video has gone viral, and dozens of people have thanked her for the tip.
”Learnt more from Ann than school ever taught us,” a fan quipped.
The second person to comment said, “Thank you! This area is notorious for its extremely hard water.
Third person: “Always so informative.” They flocked to the comments section.
Cleaning hacks and tips
To help you clean your house like a pro, here are some suggestions: