A CLEANING expert has shared her “foolproof” method to clean greasy kitchen cabinets in seconds without using chemicals.
Carolina McCauley used water, vinegar, soap, essential oils and a microfibre cloth to wipe away the filthy build-up.
In a TikTok video that’s now gone viral and received than 22,000 views, the mum-of-two claims her method is “foolproof”.
The cleaning expert – who boasts over 2 million followers on TikTok – mixed one cup of water with equal parts of vinegar in a glass bowl, then adds in a squirt of dish soap and a few drops of essential oil.
She then wiped down the cupboards from top to bottom, getting rid of the pent-up grease in the process.
The soap helps lift the dirt and grease while the vinegar prevents streaking on the surfaces.
The result was sparking clean cupboards and murky grey water.
“My foolproof method for cleaning greasy cabinets,” Carolina captioned the hit video.
Weeks earlier, the Aussie mum shared a cheap three-ingredient solution to keep your home dust-free for up to a month.
In the video, McCauley filled a spray bottle with 2 cups of water, 1/4 cup of white vinegar, 1 tablespoon of olive oil, and 3 drops of dish soap.
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For extra flair and to get that “just-cleaned” smell in your home, you can add a few drops of citrus essential oil as McCauley did.
She then sprayed the mixture on a microfiber cloth and wiped down the dustiest areas of her home.
According to the cleaning expert, the mixture “completely removes and repels dust.”
The expert also wrote that she only has to repeat the job once a month for a dust-free home.
She also shared a cleaning hack to keep your house sparking with minimal effort.
In the short clip, she can then be seen demonstrating how a toilet paper roll can be used to hoover sliding door tracks.
Next up, she tackled an issue that many of us dread – clogged up drains – and suggests purchasing a drain cover in the shower to capture loose hair.
Finally, she mixes baking soda, citric acid and water and allows the solution to dry overnight.
The following day, she can then be seen dropping a cube into the toilet which proceeds to fizz away any limescale.
The post has since garnered an impressive 2.4 million views from cleaning enthusiasts across the globe and was inundated with comments.