Mum-of-two Chantel Mila, from Melbourne, explained that getting rid of soap scum and ugly rings around the bath can feel like hard work, but this simple mixture doesn’t ‘require any difficult scrubbing’ (pictured with one of her kids)
To make the DIY mix, Chantel said you first of all need to mix half a cup of warm white vinegar with a quarter of a cup of dishwashing liquid.
The mum-of-two uses dish soap from Nontre, which is Australian-owned, non-toxic and natural.
Once you’ve mixed these two ingredients together, Chantel recommends you apply the mixture to your bathtub and let it sit on there for 15 minutes.
‘This mix cuts through tub rings and soap scum,’ Chantel said.’All you then need to do is rinse it to reveal a clean bathtub.’
Thousands who saw Chantel’s DIY method were impressed and said they would certainly be giving it a go in their own homes.
‘Love this, thank you for sharing,’ one commenter posted.
‘This looks so great, that soap looks so luxe,’ another added.
To make the DIY mix, Chantel said you first of all need to mix half a cup of warm white vinegar with a quarter of a cup of dishwashing liquid, before applying it to the bath (pictured)
According to Chantel, the first thing you need to do is set your washing machine to between 40 and 60 degrees Celsius.Let the towels air fry, but then tumble dry them for a few minutes until they are completely dry (pictured)
Chantel has also shared her tips and tricks for helping to transform your bathroom in the past, including the secret to spa-worthy towels.
According to Chantel, the first thing you need to do is set your washing machine to between 40 and 60 degrees Celsius.
Throw your towels in and add liquid detergent as well as half a cup of plain, white vinegar instead of fabric softener.
‘Do the wash as normal, shake the towels and let them air dry when they come out until nearly dry,’ Chantel said.
‘Then, tumble dry them for just a few minutes until completely dry.This will help with softness and absorbency.’
The reason why vinegar works so well instead of fabric softener is that it ‘breaks down the residue from detergents leaving the towels soft and fresh’.
A two-litre bottle of plain, white vinegar typically costs around $1.20 from the supermarket.