Mrs Hinch shares tips for cleaning tile grout
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Cleaning star Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, garnered popularity after sharing her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and TV. The cleaning enthusiast has managed to gain over 4.1 million followers on Instagram. Now, fans of hers have created their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and tidying tips.
On one such group, a Facebook user asked how to remove “yellow” stains from her toilet.
Jen Glock said: “My toilet started to get slight yellow lines on it, I used Fabulosa toilet cleaner and it’s made it so much worse!
“I’ve tried Flash, Viakal and the Pink Stuff cream with no luck, does anyone know anything to get it off?”
Jen’s post was inundated with comments from Mrs Hinch fans.
The most popular response was to use Black Harpic toilet cleaner.
Julie Anne Turner said: “That is a buildup of limescale which has been discoloured.
“Black Harpic should help.
“Bleach won’t do anything apart from maybe remove the colour but it will still be there.”
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Jade Marie wrote: “Black Harpic! Leave in for a few hours then use toilet brush and it comes away in seconds.”
Natalie Jane Grant agreed and said: “Black Harpic 100 percent.”
Kate Skidmore replied: “Black Harpic and leave overnight.
“It may take a couple of attempts but it will get rid of it.
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“I had it on mine when I moved house.”
Lorraine Jacqueline said: “Coke and Black Harpic overnight then brush with another dose of Black Harpic.”
You can currently buy Harpic Power Plus Toilet Cleaner Gel Original for £1 from Sainsbury’s – a saving of 90p.
Harpic Power Plus Citrus Fresh Cleaner can be found in Waitrose for £1.80 and in Wilko for £1.75.
Other suggestions from Mrs Hinch fans included using baking soda, cola and white vinegar.
Heidi Akers Stillwell said: “Pumice stone. Removes marks and limescale without scratching the enamel.
“Ebay do ones with handles for the toilet.”
Jo-Anne Goodes wrote: “Bicarbonate of soda with a glove.
“Get all the water out and scrub it like that with vinegar.”
Cas Scola said: “Try white vinegar spray on or pour all over and leave.”
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