Cleaning fanatic shares surprising simple hack to remove stubborn stains from sink

Cleaning fanatic shares surprising simple hack to remove stubborn stains from sink

Cleaning has become increasingly important over recent months with Brits trying to maintain hygiene in their home and keep germs and bacteria out. From amazing cleaning products to surprising hacks, Mrs Hinch fans share simple but effective cleaning hacks that they have found to work wonders on items in their home.

One cleaning fan shared how she managed to remove stains from her bathroom sink that she thought she would never be able to get rid of.

Posing on the Facebook group Cleaning Tips & Tricks, one woman showed before and after photos of her bathroom sink.

The before photos showed a stained sink with marks all over not only the basin but the tiles behind it too.

After some elbow grease and finding the right products, the after photos revealed a shiny white sink basin that looked almost brand new with no stains visible at all.

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One fan of the results asked where she could purchase Dawn washing up liquid as she can’t find it anymore.

Another person replied saying that they found it in Costco but Fairy Platinum washing up liquid works wonders and will provide the exact same results.

White vinegar is cheap, versatile and can be used to clean many items in the home.

Vinegar’s acidity is what makes it such a great cleaner to remove dirt and grime.

You can use it to clean many household items including taps, showers and sinks.

You also don’t have to add anything to the white vinegar, mixing it with water could work just as well to remove stains.

However, it does have a strong smell and so it is recommended to add essential oils in with the mix to help leave a fragrant smell.

Instead of spending money on expensive window cleaners, mixing white vinegar and water together and then dispensing it into a trigger spray bottle can work just as good.

Mixing one part vinegar and one part water can also be used to clean shower screens, tiles and toilets.

Other cleaning fans were quick to take to the comments to express how amazed they were by the results.

One person wrote: “Shiny shiny shiny, eye catching.”

Another commented: “This is my go to, too! All I need is a few splashes of white vinegar, a drizzle of dawn, and a magic eraser. Works well and requires no scrubbing!”

Flash Magic Eraser Ultra Power sponges can be purchased at Tesco for as little as £3 and can last a long time when taken care of.

Published at Fri, 19 Jun 2020 02:00:00 +0000