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Cleaning: Mrs Hinch fans share ‘brilliant’ method for cleaning extractor fan hoods


Fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have taken to social media recently to share their cleaning tips with the world. Mrs Hinch, also known as Sophie Hinchliffe, has taken the cleaning world by storm after making several appearances on TV over the years. The cleaning expert now has over four million followers on Instagram and has even got her own book.

A fellow cleaning fan said: “These are dishwasher safe.”

Another user said: “It says in your instruction manual to put in dishwasher.”

“I was told by the guy who cleaned my oven to run them through the dishwasher cycle twice…They came up like new,” replied another.

However, other users recommended using Elbow Grease spray before soaking them.

One user said: “I spray mine with elbow grease, leave it to sit a whole to work its magic, then soak in hot water and rub away.”

Another replied: “Elbow grease spray EVERY time!

“I’ve wasted so much time scrubbing and soaking these over the years, the elbow grease does it in jig time!” [sic]

One user said: “Spray with Elbow Grease. Leave for an hour. Top shelf in dishwasher.”

“Elbow grease spray is brilliant for this job,” replied another.

Some of the other tips included leaving the filters in washing powder and hot water in the sink to get them “spotless”.

Another cleaning fan agreed and said: “I soak mine in Daz and very hot water. You’ll hear it fizzing as the grease comes out.

“Leave it for five minutes then rinse through. Fab.”

One user suggested using baby oil, while another said bicarbonate of soda and hot water.


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