Oven cleaning: Mrs Hinch fans share hack for ‘melting off’ grime from oven glass
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Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, garnered popularity after sharing her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and TV. The cleaning enthusiast has managed to gain over 4.1 million followers on Instagram. Now, fans of hers have created their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and tidying tips.
One of the groups has almost 500,000 members with hundreds of tips being posted each day.
A fellow cleaning enthusiast posted a picture of their grimy oven glass on the group.
She said: “Please don’t judge me (didn’t realise how bad it got).
“I have tried pink all purpose spray. What else can I use?”
The post was inundated with over 250 comments and gained 30 likes.
One of the most common responses was to use a dishwasher tablet.
A user said: “I soaked mine in dishwater tablets for a day.”
Another person replied: “Wet the glass and get a dishwasher tablet. Wet that and rub it on the glass it will come up like new.
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“Divide the glass into four and do one bit at a time.”
Another user added: “Dishwasher tablet.”
Another said: “Dampen a dishwasher tablet (has to be a hard tablet) and gently rub the tablet directly on the glass in a circular motion, keep dipping the tablet in warm water.
“I saw this on This Morning a few years ago, couldn’t believe it worked and my arm wasn’t aching after either.”
Another cleaning fan said: “Dishwasher tablet and water and just scrub it all over works a treat.”
Another replied: “Get a wet dishwasher tablet and scrub it over the dirt.
“It literally melts off with a bit of hard elbow grease.”
Other users suggested using bicarbonate of soda mixed with washing up liquid while others said to use a glass scraper.
Another common response was to use scrunched up tin foil or Oven Pride.
“I saw someone put on here yesterday they used scrunched up tin foil and Pink Stuff paste,” a person said.
Another said: “Ball of tin foil soaked in warm water and Pink Stuff.”
One user replied: “Oven Pride. I paint mine on with an old paint brush.
“Cover with cling film and ensure the air bubbles are removed.
“Leave overnight and it literally wipes off with no effort.”
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