Mrs Hinch is known for her innovative and cost-effective ways of cleaning, but her latest hack has left fans singing her praise.
The cleaning guru, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, has shared the easy and quick way she cleans her blinds at home.
Saving time from getting your hands dirty or getting out the trusty feather duster, Mrs Hinch has come up with the easy solution to getting dust and grime off your blinds and keep them looking fresh and clean.
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Taking to her popular Instagram account, Sophie revealed that she instead uses scented tumble dryer sheets to wipe away the dust.
She explained: "The reason I use tumble dryer sheets is because they’re anti-static so they pick up all the dust. You don’t need to wet them or do anything."
As well as the dryer sheets, Mrs Hinch uses her trusty Zoflora scented disinfectant on a sheet of kitchen roll to finish off the cleaning.
She added: "Once you’ve wiped every slat and all the dust is off, put a capful of neat Zoflora onto a sheet of kitchen roll folded into four, and rub this onto your blinds.
"It just leaves the Zoflora [there] – heavenly."
The latest hack comes after Mrs Hinch revealed yet another useful way to tackling one of our least favourite cleaning jobs – by getting dirt out of plug holes.
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The star wrote: “This here is for all of my followers that get negative comments or even trolled for their ‘before pictures’. This here is my current plug."
She added: “But guess what I’m excited to clean it! And that’s all that matters.”
In a very satisfying manner, Mrs Hinch then removes the plug and gets to work using a Sonic Scrubber tool, £18.99, to get things looking spic and span.
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The high power tool, which is currently sold out online, is expert at getting into hard-to-reach nooks and crannies and, alongside this, the cleaning sensation opted for Astonish Mould and Mildew Blaster, which can be purchased online from B&M for £1.
Wearing gloves, Mrs Hinch sprayed the £1 product on the plughole, before getting to work using the high-power motor to rid the plug hole of dirt.
To end, she pours soda crystals down the hole before adding a few drops of Mrs Hinch favourite, Zoflora.
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