LIVING in a bustling household means it’s not always easy to keep the house fresh and clean.

However, a housekeeper revealed her two-ingredient solution for getting rid of urine smells in the bathroom – and it’s thought to work flawlessly.

Mom of five Debra Shigley shared the exact method her housecleaner taught her to keep bathrooms smelling clean around the clock.

More specifically, she revealed the two-ingredient fix for urine smells that she stated comes in handy “if you have men or boys in your house.” 

“Fill a spray bottle with one part vinegar, one part warm water,” she instructed.

“No other cleaner gets the pee-pee smell better – especially on the floor,” she said as she sprayed the cleaner.

Debra’s video received a mixed response, as some commented that they were excited to use the tip, while many women took it as a chance to vent about cleaning up after their husbands and kids.

“I say have them sit, or clean their pee-pee themselves,” one user suggested. 

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“You didn't contribute to their gross filth.”

Another fed-up woman said: “Teach them to sit down when they pee, or leash them and take them to the grass like a dog. 

“It’s absolutely ridiculous women should put up with this.”

Meanwhile, other users suggested using shaving cream to soak up the stench and a specific cleaner from Tough & Tender.  

And if you’re a busy mom like the one who shared the useful hack, don’t fret – one expert revealed how to get the bathroom cleaned up in no more than 10 minutes.

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