The best cleaning tips to keep your home germ-free inspired by Mrs Hinch

The best cleaning tips to keep your home germ-free inspired by Mrs Hinch

MRS HINCH has inspired millions across the globe to clean their homes by revealing cheap and quick hacks. The coronavirus pandemic means a lot more people are turning to cleaning their homes, to keep it as germ-free as possible. People have since made Facebook pages inspired by Mrs Hinch to share their own finds with each other.

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 product can be picked up for as little as £1.

How to make your bathroom tiles look good as new
Another woman posted her trick on how to tackle bathroom tiles onto the same Facebook page.

She wrote: “Before and after on our bathroom! This took nearly 3 grout pens but looks a lot better.”

However another favourite product of Mrs Hinch’s when it comes to cleaning the shower is Viakal.

One fan revealed that leaving the product on the tiles and the basin of the shower removes the dirt and grime that can build up from water residue.

This product can be picked up for as little as £1 and Mrs Hinch recommends using it on taps and the shower head too.

How to disinfect the sink and plughole
Mrs Hinch uses soda crystals in her plugs. She then pours down white vinegar to dissolve the crystals.

She will then disinfect the sink using her favourite disinfectant Zoflora.

However, Hinch fans have discovered their own cheap way of cleaning their sinks.

The woman posted on Facebook group Hinch Army Cleaning Tips the best way to leave your sink sparkling clean.

She reveals the best way is to scrunch up tinfoil into a ball and then use it as a scourer to scrub the sink.

She explained: “Hot water, Fairy Liquid and tin foil! Tear a bit off and scrunch it up and scrub, it gets everything off and won’t scratch!

“Great for things like round your taps as you can mould the foil how you want and get it in little gaps! Then just anti bacteria after and it’s clean. It’s simple and cheap and something everyone already has at home.”

Published at Mon, 11 May 2020 02:00:00 +0000