As the New Year quickly approaches you’re likely wanting to renovate your diet, wardrobe, fitness regime, work and even possibly your house.

And while resolutions may quickly fall by the wayside, if it’s the home improvement suggestion you’re looking to hold strong to then look no further than sprucing up your bathroom tiles.

By making them sparkle in the New Year you’ll instantly feel like the entire room has had a facelift – and it only requires three steps and a $10 spray from Bunnings.

By making them sparkle in the New Year you'll instantly feel like the entire room has had a facelift - and it only requires three steps and a $10 spray from Bunnings

By making them sparkle in the New Year you’ll instantly feel like the entire room has had a facelift – and it only requires three steps and a $10 spray from Bunnings

One Australian mother used the method to breathe life back into her yellowed tiles and the results had the internet talking

One Australian mother used the method to breathe life back into her yellowed tiles and the results had the internet talking

One Australian mother used the method to breathe life back into her yellowed tiles and the results had the internet talking.

She said the cleaning was simple: ‘Spray, leave for a few minutes and then lightly scrub with a grout brush and wipe as you go, then mop over,’ she explained in a Facebook group.

The cleaner is none other than Bunnings Warehouse’s Long Life Grout Cleaner, and she wasn’t the only one to think it was worth the price.

She said the cleaning was simple: 'Spray, leave for a few minutes and then lightly scrub with a grout brush and wipe as you go, then mop over,' she explained in a Facebook group

She said the cleaning was simple: ‘Spray, leave for a few minutes and then lightly scrub with a grout brush and wipe as you go, then mop over,’ she explained in a Facebook group

BEFORE: One Melbourne mother was so impressed by her two-product cleaning method that she took to a Facebook group to share her amazing results

BEFORE: One Melbourne mother was so impressed by her two-product cleaning method that she took to a Facebook group to share her amazing results

AFTER: 'This was done in minimal time and with minimal effort,' she wrote alongside before and after photos of her floor

AFTER: ‘This was done in minimal time and with minimal effort,’ she wrote alongside before and after photos of her floor

‘This was done in minimal time and with minimal effort,’ she wrote alongside before and after photos of her floor.

‘I had no idea they were that filthy,’ she continued. ‘I love it. I used Bunnings Long Life Grout Cleaner and applied it with an empty sauce bottle.’

The $10 bottle of cleaning solution promises to ‘restore and revitalise grout between ceramic tiles, slate, terracotta, brick and masonry surfaces’.

Images from the clean clearly show a sparkling finish to the white tiles and were quickly complimented by others in the group.

‘Oh the sauce bottle is a great idea,’ one person said enthusiastically.

‘This is amazing,’ another added.

Another mother wanted to know exactly how the long stem brush, which was also purchased from Bunnings for $9.90, helped her create the desired finish

Another mother wanted to know exactly how the long stem brush, which was also purchased from Bunnings for $9.90, helped her create the desired finish

Another mother wanted to know exactly how the long stem brush, which was also purchased from Bunnings for $9.90, helped her create the desired finish.

‘I poured the liquid into the empty, clean sauce bottle and followed the directions,’ the Melbourne mastermind behind the hack explained.

‘I then squirted into grout, left for a few minutes, lightly scrubbed with the long handle brush then mopped up residue with hot water and vinegar. It was very easy.’

In total it took 10 to 15 minutes to complete the area pictured in her photographs.

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