THANKS to the likes of Mrs Hinch, grey kitchens are all the rage right now – and not only are they bang on trend, but the darker floors mean you don’t have to constantly mop them to keep them looking clean.
That said, we bet one woman is wishing the previous owners of her home took better care of their “grey” kitchen floors after she made a horrifying discovery.
Earlier this month, cleaning fan Aaliyah filmed herself cleaning the floors of her kitchen with The Pink Stuff paste – which costs just 89p in The Range.
But as she worked the product into the tiles and gave them a thorough scrub, Aaliyah realised that her trendy tiles were actually WHITE underneath.
Zooming in on the formerly filthy floors, she captioned the clip: “We thought our tiles were meant to be that colour.”
In a TikTok video which has racked up over 143,000 “likes”, Aaliyah filmed herself slowing scrubbing away the grime with a scouring pad- and was equally horrified and delighted with the results.
“OMG vile,” she wrote.
After the first clip went viral, Aaliyah then shared a follow-up video of her gleaming white kitchen floor.
“For everyone asking,” she said. “Here’s the finished result!”
Aaliyah then proudly filmed the tiles which have been given a new lease of life thanks to the deep clean.
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“Ooooooft,” one user replied. “It looks amazing!”
Another added: “Great job, you must be thrilled.”
Meanwhile, a third gushed: “It looks brand new!”
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