NO MATTER how often we clean our taps at home, dreaded limescale and grime is bound to build up.
And desperate for a solution for her dirty dilemma, one woman took to Facebook after a series of failed cleaning attempts, only to discover the magic of a 2p coin.
Posting a snap of her limsecale-covered kitchen tap, she wrote: "Whats best to clean this off kitchen taps?"
She admitted to trying The Pink Stuff, a widely praised cleaning product, but had failed to get her kitchen tap sparkling.
The suggestions came in thick and fast with lemon juice, vinegar and limescale remover among them.
However, it was the humble 2p coin that prevailed after many suggested using it to scrape the tap clean.
"I found the 2pence coin brilliant," one person said.
And another agreed: "2 pence – removes it really well!"
One person questioned: "How do you use a 2pence to clean it?"
To which someone replied: "Just wet it and rub it on. You’ll be amazed."
The woman later shared another snap in the comments showing off her new and improved tap.
She said: "Tried 2p coin and wow," and the results speak for themselves.
It's not the first time we've seen what the humble coin can do either as cleaning fanatics have long been singing its praises.
People have been using a 2p coin to help get their homes spotless – and it even works on grubby oven trays and filthy loos.
Sunbeams – Britain’s biggest baby competition is back, with £1000 up for grabs!
BRITAIN’S biggest baby competition is back and we are looking for the King or Queen of the crèche.
The Sun is hunting for Britain's bonniest baby.
Not only could your child be crowned the cutest baby, there's also an £1,000 prize up for grabs.
Think your baby has a winning smile? Well, entering couldn’t be easier.
Simply upload a pic – and give us a little info – on our entry form.
Note: you must be a parent or legal guardian of the baby to enter.
We can only accept a photo if you've taken it yourself, or have permission to upload it and enter from the person who did.
And the photo must not have been edited or altered with a filter.
Finally, your baby must be aged two or under on 12 April, 2021 – the last day for submissions – and a UK resident.
Our panel of judges will choose 48 finalists from all the entries.
Parents/guardians of the babies selected will be notified by email before 18 April, when the public vote begins, right here on The Sun.
All good? Best of luck
In other cleaning-related news, cleaning fanatics share the cheap and easy ways to remove stains on ANYTHING – including carpets, sofas and walls.
And cleaning-obsessed mums share best hacks that are all under £1 – including using lint roller instead of a vacuum cleaner.
Plus a professional cleaner reveals why you should NEVER use bleach in the bathroom & says washing up liquid is the top product.
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