Mrs Hinch often shares cheap cleaning products with her 3.4 million Instagram followers. Cleaning has become more important than ever in recent months with Brits hoping to keep germs and bacteria out of their homes. One cleaning fanatic has shared how she got her stained carpets looking brand new with one of Mrs Hinch’s favourite cheap cleaning products.
Raving about her newly cleaned carpet in the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips group on Facebook, an avid bargain hunter shared how she transformed her stained carpets.
Posting before and after photos, the cleaning fan shared how she used one of Mrs Hinch’s favourite cleaning products that comes at a cheap price of just £1.
She revealed how she took inspiration from Mrs Hinch and her before photos showed a brown stained carpet, almost matching the colour of her beige walls.
After some elbow grease, the after photos she shared revealed a beautiful clean grey carpet. She had managed to change the colour of her carpet with this amazing product.
She then said that she used the trigger spray bottle to spray the dye onto the carpet.
She added: “Then rub with rubber gloves and leave to dry overnight no transfer once dry.”
Mrs Hinch fans rushed to the comments to share their thoughts and opinions on the carpet transformation.
There are now over 500 comments with fans sharing how impressed they were by the results, with one even saying that it looked like newly laid grey carpet.
Another user shared onto the same Facebook page how she managed to remove dust and hair from her carpet to reveal a clean, dirt-free carpet.
Posting on the group, the woman wrote: “Amazing hack I just have to share with you all! I do this once a week and the build up is shocking.
“I have a dog so for me it gets all the dust and hair the Hoover can’t! Just the usual shower/window screen squeegee- can get from Wilko, Poundland!”
The woman attached a clip of herself dragging a window squeegee across the carpet which pulled up the pet hair that was embedded into it.
This affordable product can be picked up for as little as £1.
Published at Wed, 17 Jun 2020 02:00:00 +0000