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The $8 product transforming thousands of dirty showers

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 29/12/2020 Carina Stathis For Daily Mail Australia
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A number of Australian mums have praised a budget supermarket product that easily removes soap scum and water marks from shower screens.

Bar Keepers Friend Cleanser and Polish Powder priced at $8 from Coles and Woolworths is made to remove rust, metal tarnish, mineral deposits and stains from hard surfaces.

Posters on the Mums Who Clean Facebook group have described the product as a 'life saver' and 'game changer'. 

logo: A number of Australian mums have been seen praising Bar Keepers Friend Cleanser and Polish Powder © Provided by Daily Mail A number of Australian mums have been seen praising Bar Keepers Friend Cleanser and Polish Powder a glass shower door: Mum Leah shared an image (pictured) online and said she wished she had tried the product sooner © Provided by Daily Mail Mum Leah shared an image (pictured) online and said she wished she had tried the product sooner

Mum Leah shared an image online and said she wished she had tried the product sooner.

'So mad at myself for not thinking of the (Bar Keepers Friend) earlier,' she said.


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'I've been trying to scrub hard water stains off the brand new shower screens for 12 months with no luck.

'I've tried everything except the BKF. It's been sitting under the sink for 12 months.

'Seriously, one once over with BKF and a non-scratch scour and it was gone. I wish I got a before photo!'

a close up of a tiled wall: In August mum Vicki also shared before and after images online after using the product for the first time © Provided by Daily Mail In August mum Vicki also shared before and after images online after using the product for the first time a tiled shower: The shower screen was originally ridden with awful water and soap stains, but the buy returned the glass to its original clean condition © Provided by Daily Mail The shower screen was originally ridden with awful water and soap stains, but the buy returned the glass to its original clean condition

In August mum Vicki also shared before and after images online after using the product for the first time.

The shower screen was originally coated in stubborn water and soap stains, but the product returned the glass to its original clean condition.

'It [the shower] is 20 years old so I had no expectations of perfection, though certainly happy,' she said. 

The Australian brand also sell a liquid soft cleaner and foam spray.

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