I'm a cleaning super fan – how to clean corners in showers without spending money & it's a total game-changer

MOLD, mildew, and grime love to cozy up in the corner of your shower and linger for a long time.

But one cleaning superfan has shared her game-changing method for removing the mess permanently.

TikTok user Steph isn't a professional cleaner, but a major cleaning fan who shares clips of her techniques on the platform.

When she moved in with her boyfriend, Steph upped her cleaning game, especially in the bathroom where shower buildup reigned.

Luckily, the woman discovered a new means of breaking down hard-to-clean mold in the corners of the shower.

"I can't believe I didn't know about this sooner," the astonished Steph wrote in a caption.


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First, Steph pulled a length of toilet paper from the roll – around 3 squares.

She twisted the strip of paper into a rope, then pressed it against the shower.

Steph tucked the length of toilet paper into the corner of the shower, between the tub and the wall, where grime and mildew were visible.

Then, she saturated the toilet paper in bleach.

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She saturated the toilet paper in bleach and pressed it into the corners of the tubCredit: TikTok

Making sure to wear rubber gloves, the woman pressed the bleach-soaked toilet paper into the nooks and crannies of the shower.

She then turned away to scrub the rest of the bath and shower while the bleach "strip" worked its magic.

Once she was done cleaning the rest of the bathroom, Steph simply wiped away the toilet paper, taking the mold, bleach, and buildup with it.

Then she gave the whole thing a thorough rinse with the showerhead.

In the comments, Steph said that she left the toilet paper strips on for 24 hours in the grimiest parts of the tub.

Many commenters were blown away by the hack.

"I did this today," a satisfied viewer wrote. "Left on for about 12 hours and it’s all gone now."

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Others shared their own variations on the clever trick.

"Cotton wool pads or balls are easier than tissue, doesn't break apart as easily," one woman advised.

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