‘Magic!’ Mrs Hinch fan shares ‘brilliant’ shaving foam hack for removing stains from sofas

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A fan of cleaning enthusiast Mrs Hinch has shared an amazing hack for removing stains from sofas – specifically, water stains. Cleaning star Mrs Hinch, whose full name is Sophie Hinchliffe, became famous after she began sharing her cleaning and tidying tips and hacks online. Mrs Hinch has over 4.1 million followers on social media and has also authored several books.

Fans of hers have created their own social media groups dedicated to sharing cleaning tips and hacks.

On one group, a user shared her “brilliant” hack for removing stains from sofas.

Facebook user Clare Ford said: “Sofa stains before and after cleaning with shaving foam! Magic!

“I do wonder though who first found out that shaving foam can clean up water marks so well!”

Clare’s post garnered lots of attention with users marvelling over the hack.

Linda Naylor said: “Well who knew, brilliant!!”

Natalie Chandler commented: “I wonder if this would work on my car seat… Thank you for sharing, great idea!”

Natalie Renwick replied: “I always wonder that too…

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“Who was the first person to think of all these amazing cleaning hacks?”

Joanne Brooks said: “Definitely need to try this … the water marks on my sofa are worse than the original stains.”

One user called Rachel Rees wanted to know how she used the shaving foam.

She asked: “How did you do this please? Just put the foam on, leave it and wash off or is there a specific method?”

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Clare said you simply rub it in and leave it before wiping it off.

She said: “I sprayed shaving foam (not the gel type) on, rubbed it in and left it for 10 minutes then wiped it off with a damp cloth.

“I had to do some bits twice but so easy and works a treat!”

One user called Kathryn Venn advised using a hair dryer to dry the upholstery.

She said: “If you are wetting the area dry it, carefully not too hot, with a hairdryer.

“Start from the outside and work to the centre.”

Boots UK sells shaving foam for just £1 while Savers sells it for 69p.

Sainsbury’s Basics Shaving Foam can be bought for 60p.

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