Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips

Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips To Copy At Home During Lockdown

A recent YouGov poll shows 49% of people are cleaning and tidying more now than before the lockdown so here are some of Mrs Hinch’s Best Cleaning Tips for you

As many will now, Sophie Hinchcliffe aka, Mrs Hinch, has become an internet sensation through her love of cleaning.

Building an online following over over 3.3 million cleaning fans, she’s fast become the go-to place for quick cleaning hacks that really work.

With the world on lockdown, dads (and mums of course) are getting to grips with all those cleaning jobs they wouldn’t usually have gotten done and so we wanted to share Mrs Hinch’s best cleaning tips with you.

Mrs Hinch cleaning tips

Keep your bin smelling clean

This Mrs Hinch cleaning tip for your bin will keep it smelling fresher than ever. After cleaning it with disinfectant, soak a piece of kitchen roll in an odour eliminator or air freshener, fold it up and place it at the bottom of the bin before inserting a bin bag. Bingo.

Fabric conditioner to clean doors

Kids are always scuffing doors… so do follow this Mrs Hinch cleaning tip and use fabric conditioner mixed with water allows and wipe down the marks on the doors without removing the paint.

Use her proven routine for cleaning your shower

On her Instagram, Mrs Hinch shared her top tips for cleaning her bath & shower, using just a few products.

She starts by spraying her shower and shower head with Viakal, to remove limescale and water marks. Leave the Viakal to do its thing for up to five minutes!

Then, she used Flash bathroom spray to wipe down the bath itself, using a sponge.

Then time to wash off the Viakal, using the shower itself. After that, finish the job by using the Astonish Mould and Mildew buster, to remove any lurking nasties.

Clean your radiators – with this Mrs Hinch cleaning tip

Mrs Hinch shared with her followers that she often forgets to clean her radiators, and get rid of the dust and grime that accumulates on them.

She suggested using a diluted Zoflora mix, spraying it on a cloth, and simply wiping down the radiators and – voila!

A clean and lovely smelling radiator.

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Hey Hinchers!Happy October 🎃👻 & welcome to my new lounge 🙊 This is my fave time of year! I love lighting my wax melts, putting on fleecy pj’s & getting cosy with my boys on the sofa (or sofas now should I say 😍) I still can’t believe this is my lounge!If you swipe left you’ll see how it looked exactly 3 months ago😯 but I’m finally feeling settled in the new part of our home. I felt disorientated at first, I think it was a mixture of being a new mum in what felt like a new home. But now I finally feel like it’s ours again! Now let’s talk sofas because I get so many DM’s about them .. These sofas are EXACTLY the same as the sofa I had in my old lounge! They’re the Loch Leven sofas from @dfs . We bought our last loch leven sofa in 2014 from these guys so I knew I wanted this range again because it is just amazing! I must say I had beautiful sofas offered to me to feature in the Hinch home & don’t get me wrong I was so grateful but my sofa is my safe place so I didn’t want to risk not feeling that way on a different sofa (hope that makes sense 🙈) So I went for the loch leven again and even got to work with DFS on this amazing collaboration so thank you guys! But sadly because I had my previous sofa for many years it didn’t quite match my new loch leven sofas when they arrived for our bigger lounge , so I had to let my old sofa go in order to home the full matching set! BUT I’m not sure if you’re aware @the_bhf have over 185 Furniture & Electrical stores across the UK selling pre-loved sofas, dining sets, beds, plus much more at amazing prices. So I contacted them & explained that I have a pre loved sofa (very loved 🤣) that I would like to donate! And they were fab! They arrange free pick up and take your items to their nearest BHF store! So next time you have an unwanted piece of furniture in your home Hinchers please consider this service! (For every £1 raised around 75p goes to funding research on heart disease) How amazing is that! 💙 So Have a lovely cosy evening Hinchers and I’ll list all items below TV unit&shelf @ikeauk Coffee table @theshabbystore * Rug @therugseller * Curtains @veryuk * Flooring @amticoflooring * Sofas @dfs * * gifted #mrshinch

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Make your stainless steel fixtures shine

Whether it’s in the kitchen or the bathroom – we all want our stainless steel fixtures to sparkle without smudges; easier said than done…

Mrs Hinch said that to clean her stainless steel shower rail, she uses a B&M Scrub Buddy Cleaning Pad with Stainless Steel Cif. Then buffs it up with Kermit to make it really shine.

Wash your washing machine

Has anyone cleaned their washing machine before? No, me neither… but why?

This Mrs Hinch cleaning tip suggests putting an old tea towel on the floor by your washing machine for starters with an oven tray to empty the filter.

For the washing machine drawer, use flash bathroom as it removes any build-up of dried conditioner. To get into places that are harder to reach, use a Sonic Scrubber and a microfiber cloth.

Then add into the washing machine Flash Bathroom cleaner and pop it on for a wash.

Store saucepan lids upside-down to create space in your kitchen cupboard

Mrs Hinch has revealed a handy trick for storing pots and pans… and their lids!

Placing the lids upside down means you’ll be able to stack them up on top of each other.

It sounds so simple… does anyone already do this?

Keep bed linen sets in a pillow case

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Evening my Hinchers 👋🏻 I hope you’re all having a lovely week so far!! I’m loving life with my new washing line and my pegs 😉😂 So here’s one of my first reveal pics of one of the new rooms in the Hinch house extension and I can’t actually believe it’s our bedroom! I really hope you like it as much as I do! I am so in love with our new bed and fitted wardrobes! I’ve never had a wardrobe this size and if I’m honest it’s practically empty because I don’t really own that many clothes 🙈😂 I’ve realised since having this wardrobe that I buy too many cloths and not enough clothes! Our old master bedroom is still exactly the same but that’s now become our guest room 😀 so .. I would just like to share with you all the company I bought these pieces from, called @taylorbespoke ! I designed my wardrobe and bed from scratch , which was fun! I picked the perfect colours from the swatches and honestly designing and making exactly what I wanted was the best decision I’ve made! I can’t recommend Dan and his team enough! They can literally make whatever it is you’re after! Anything! The whole thing was so smooth running and my vision actually became a reality! So feel free to check them out guys! Also I must add my bed cushions were sent to me by the lovely @countryabodes (*gifted) and the chop on them is unreal 😉 and my ceiling light is the light of dreams 😍 thank you so much @theshabbystore (*gifted) I hope you all have a wonderful evening! Let me know what you think of our new set up in the comments! I’m sending you all lots of love xxx

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There really is nothing worse than spending 30 minutes hunting in the linen pile for a matching bed set. 

Mrs Hinch explains how she groups all her linen sets together in the matching pillow case. 

She wrote, “Where do I keep my fresh bedding? I store the whole fresh bed set into the matching pillow case!”

Make your curtains look tip top with this toilet roll trick

How can toilet roll make my curtains look great? (I hear you say). Well, another Mrs Hinch cleaning tip is that she uses empty toilet rolls for ensuring the pleats in your curtains are neat and evenly spaced out.

All you need to do is start with at least ten empty toilet rolls – which let’s face it, we all have A LOT of right now. Then, cut them open down the length of the roll, so they’re easy to pop on and off your curtain rail.

Simply place a roll between each curtain ring, to ensure the pleat falls nicely and neatly. You can also cut the toilet rolls to size, depending on how big or small you want the gaps between pleats to be. It’s also recommended to tape the toilet rolls back up after hanging them, so that they don’t fall down when you draw the curtains.

Get rid of the stains on your mattress

Let’s not dwell on this one too much… who knows how the mattress ends up so stained… anyway…

If you use bicarbonate powder on the stained areas of your mattress, sprinkling it on and scrubbing it in with a rubber glove you should start to see results. So Mrs Hinch says, anyway.

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