Mrs Hinch – whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe – has become something of an Instagram sensation thanks to her cleaning tips. The Essex-based woman now has hundreds of thousands of followers on the platform, who can’t wait to try her top tips for getting everything from your mattress to your kitchen sink spotlessly clean.
The Daily Record recently shared a selection of top tips from Mrs Hinch, to give you some ideas of where to start on your next deep clean of your home.
In bathrooms and kitchens in particular, you will be looking for ways to get rid of marks caused by limescale, as well as any other dirt and grime that’s built up.
If limescale is a consistent problem for your surfaces and appliances, you could consider installing water softeners in aylesbury to help reduce the level of scale that’s building up in the first place.
However, Mrs Hinch’s tips should be able to help you tackle any that is there. For the kitchen sink, for example, she recommends using a disinfectant spray with a little water. Wipe down the excess and then use a stainless steel cleaner to finish the job.
Another of her top tips relates to your washing machine – keeping this scale free can be important to ensure it works at its best. As well as cleaning out the drawer itself, make sure you also spray limescale remover into the gap that holds the drawer.
We recently revealed that limescale build up can cost as much as £13 per month, per household, because you’re having to replace items like washing machines, dishwashers, kettles and boilers early due to limescale deposits.
Are you one of the nearly 50 per cent of UK homes planning to do some DIY before Christmas? If so, w
At Silkflow, we recommend you have a separate hard water tap for use in your kitchen t
HARD WATER IN YOUR BATHROOM - Hard water forms soap scum, meaning your sinks, baths, s
outshines all other water softeners on design and performance, using less space, salt,
With soft water, your machine is able to work as it was intended without having to bat