Foggy bathroom mirrors might just be a thing of the past by using a simple hack that went viral online.
The secret is apparently using dish soap on your mirrors before you wipe them down.
The video has been viewed over 2 million times and the results speak for themselves.
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Content creator @lenacleansup demonstrated the easy method on her page to show just how simple it really is.
As the mirror became covered in steam, she quickly applied a little dish soap before buffing clean.
To demonstrate just how effective the method is only one half of the mirror was applied with the soap, while the other was left with just the condensation before wiping.
Impressed with the results, viewers of the video were quick to comment that they couldn’t wait to try the technique out for themselves.
One person said: “I knew it cleans the mirror really good and faster but I didn’t know it did this too.” [sic]
A third revealed that shaving cream would also work in the same way and posted: “I’ve been doing this for years, it works with shaving cream too.”
However, others had even better ideas for the hack, saying that they would be trying it out on steamed up glasses.
TikTok is fast becoming the go-to place to pick up handy home hacks and cleaning tips.
While there are so many great accounts, our favourite is fast becoming Mrs D’s Cleaning Reviews who shares game-changing tips most days.
Her simple dishwasher tablet trick promises to save you almost a tenner on every 60 tablets, which will equal almost £60 by the end of the year.
Mrs D is currently giving Mrs Hinch a run for her money, clocking up over 63,000 followers on Instagram thanks to her handy hacks and tips.
The mum from Lancashire recently revealed the secret to streak-free stainless steel cleaning, swapping specialist products for shaving foam.
Used with a microfibre cloth, she claims it beats anything else in getting those surfaces shining.