A GEN Z homemaker has revealed the unexpected product that removed years of dirt and grime from her bathroom floor.
The floor — which she said was so gross that she almost vomited during the process — hadn't been cleaned in years.
At the beginning of the video, the social media user said she used Scrub Daddy's Power Paste the first time she attempted to clean the floor, but it didn't work.
She was inspired to use an alternative method after seeing the popular hack go viral on TikTok.
The TikToker (@zoomerhomemaker) said she squeezed Lysol toilet bowl cleaner on the grout and let it sit for 15 to 20 minutes.
Then she scrubbed the floor with a brush and wiped up the suds with a microfiber towel.
"I know there's a lot of information about it potentially damaging your grout, but this is a rental, so I don't really care," the content creator wrote, adding that it was her rental.
The TikToker wore a pink rubber glove and used a cleaning brush to remove the dirt.
"As you can see here, all the layers of gunk are coming out," she said while scrubbing.
In the end, she used a microfiber towel to mop up the grime several times before it was cleaned.
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The video, first published on July 10, has garnered 2.3million views, nearly 90,000 likes, and more than 400 comments.
One of the most popular responses was from a person who said the project turned out great.
Another person said the end result was great, and a third person wrote that the cleaning method was a game changer.
However, not everyone was as positive. Some people called out the TikToker for saying she didn't care if she ruined the grout because it was a rental.
That's the "most landlord s**t ever," they said.
Another critic claimed there was pink mold in the grout.
Others offered alternative cleaning suggestions.
One person said the creator could seal the grout so they don't have to do another deep clean.
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Another person suggested a baking soda and peroxide mix could help remove dirt.
Trying Pinesol, magic erasers, or a handheld steamer, were some of the other recommendations.
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