SELF-ISOLATION has us all cooped up indoors with very little to do, but as Mrs Hinch revealed now is the perfect time to get stuck into cleaning – and enjoy doing it, too.
The cleaning guru took to her hinchlist to help her tackle her daily chores – with the bathroom being her target destination.
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On her Instagram stories, Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, gave a complete demonstration of exactly how she cleans her bathroom from top to bottom using some of her favourite cleaning products.
To start, the cleaning fanatic revealed her cleaning caddy which she stocks up with the products required for each cleaning task.
Captioning a snap of her cleaning caddy, she wrote: “I’ve put everything in the basket that Ill need to get the bathroom ticked off my hinchlist today," as she pointed to her bathroom cleaning checklist.
Donning a pink rubber glove and a caddy of supplies, Mrs Hinch got to work on the the shower head and tap using the Viakal spray, which she says is great for removing any limescale or annoying water marks", and suggested leaving for five minutes before returning to wash it down.
To wipe over the bathtub, Sophie whipped out a large container of Flash Bathroom which she says " smells like an actual dream " before she claimed it as her favourite for cleaning the bathtub.
After pouring a generous amount straight into the tub, she then wiped in circular motions with her bathroom minky cloth to completely clean and cover the surface before washing it all down with water.
While it seemed as though mould was non existent in her already sparkling clean bathroom, the clean-fluencer suggested using Astonish Mould and Mildew buster to remove any that may be lurking on the bathroom tiles – but warned against the strong smell and advised opening a window.
We also revealed recently that The Pink Stuff does the trick, as one Hinch fan showed off her own squeaky clean bathroom tiles ussing the cheap cleaning paste.
The Mrs Hinch approved bathroom cleaning checklist
- Viakal Spray
- Flash Bathroom
- Minky M Cloth Anti-Bacterial Cleaning Pad
- Astonish Mould and Mildew Cleaner
- The Pink Stuff
- Flash Bicarbonate Spray
- Dettol Disinfectant Spray
All products are available from a range of stores, icluding The Range, Tesco, Amazon and more.
To get her toilet squeaky clean, Mrs Hinch used Flash Bicarb which she admitted to being "slightly obsessed with" – and no questions asked as to why because we can see just how good it is.
Proving there's no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to picking a single cleaning product for her bathroom, Mrs Hinch swapped out her bathroom cleaners for the Dettol disinfectant spray to wipe over her towel rack, but recommended spraying the cloth rather than the towel rack itself to avoid damaging the paint.
By now, the bathroom looked immaculate and all that was left to clean was inside the shower which is where she whipped out her special " shower cleaning socks" – and we are obsessed.
To her 3.2 million Instagram followers, she asked: "Does anyone else hate getting their feet wet when Hinching the shower? "
Before teasing her trusty silicone socks that brush off any water as it hits the feet.
While they aren't exactly vogue-esque, they certainly do a great job of keeping your feet dry in the shower, as Mrs Hinch so perfectly displays.
While running water over her clean shower screen, she switches her feet back and forth to display her shower-cleaning socks and we are still wondering how we didn't know about them earlier.
She revealed that she'd picked up a pair from eBay for just £4.29, but when we tried to take a look ourselves they appeared to start at around £4.97, and come in a range of colours including Mrs Hinch's favourite grey.
The eBay listing describes them as being 100% leakproof water proof over shoes cover for in rain, slush, snow, mud and puddles – and can now add shower to the list of suitable uses.
They really are genius and are perfect to wear while cleaning the entire bathroom or kitchen, not just the shower.
No doubt these will be the next to sell out, just like the £10 storage racks she used before eBay sellers increased the price to a whopping £150 amid popularity.
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