Woman transforms disgusting and unusable sink with bargain cleaning product

When it comes to cleaning, there are some grotty jobs that seem too hard to even think about tackling.

But one woman has proved there's hope for even some of the most disgusting jobs with her incredible sink transformation.

In a TikTok video, Coco's sink went from clogged with dirt and grime and covered in limescale, to sparkling like new, with one simple cleaning product.

In the video she explained they had been unable to use the sink due to the state the previous tenants had left it in. Instead, they had just covered it up with a piece of cardboard.

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Coco wanted to change it and tackled the disgusting sink with The Pink Stuff Miracle Cream Cleaner, which you can finally buy in Australia for $6.95 a bottle.

She squirted the cream cleaner all over the sink, tap and plughole, before scrubbing it with an old toothbrush and sponge.

After rinsing off a majority of the filth, it was on to the clogged sink.

"This was the hardest part," she wrote on the video.

Woman transforms disgusting and unusable sink with bargain cleaning product

Coco pulled clumps of black gunk out of the plughole, which looked disgusting.

But after washing it all back down the sink was gleaming and looked like it had been replaced with a new one.

"The most satisfying sink clean ever," she captioned the video.

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TikTok users were blown away by the results and praised her for tackling such a gross job.

"That looks so much better," commented a TikToker.

Another wrote, "Wow sparkling. Well done."

"That plug hole would literally of had me vomiting well done," commented one user.

Coco replied, "It was awful! I was gagging a little not gonna lie!"

The Pink Stuff has been dubbed as a miracle cleaner for so many reasons in both the cream and paste.

It can be used all around the house, from cleaning tiles to glass, your oven and cooktop, door handles, the barbecue, bath, shower and even your shoes — the possibilities are endless.

It works on grout and rust, and can remove grease and grime from almost anything in the home.