MRS Hinch has revealed her exact method to a sparkling bathroom, including the products she swears by.
The cleanfluencer has been quiet on Instagram of late, since welcoming her second baby in May.
Mrs Hinch has revealed her exact process for cleaning her bathroom[/caption]
She cleanfluencer said she was ‘so pleased’ with the finished job[/caption]
But she shared some new tips on her stories yesterday, including her surprising use for eBay SOCKS.
Explaining her process, Sophie Hinchliffe, 31, said: “Yes I’m aware my shower tray is grimey but… sh*t happens”.
She also listed her shower cleaning essentials – eBay silicone socks (£4.04 – buy here), which she wears to protect her feet.
She also used her beloved Pink Stuff (£1, Wilko – buy here) and Scrub Daddy (£5.99, Amazon – buy here).
She said: “I use a cream/paste cleaner for stained/marked shower trays with a non scratch sponge like a scrub daddy! It lifts the lot!”
After scrubbing, she rinses the paste away with the shower head and puts Zoflora Springtime concentrated disinfectant (£3.99, Savers – buy here) down the drain.
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She then used Unibond (£6, Amazon – buy here) to re-grout any tiles which need a lift, describing the job as “so satisfying”.
Finally, Mrs Hinch used Dr Beckmann’s power-foaming toilet cleaner (£3, Poundshop – buy here).
She said: “Last but not least the toilet. I love the @drbeckmann powders. “
She wears eBay silicone socks to clean the shower[/caption]
Mrs Hinch admitted her shower tray was ‘grimey’[/caption]
She used the Pink Stuff and a Scrub Daddy sponge to ‘lift away’ the grease[/caption]
She then puts Zoflora down the drain[/caption]
Mrs Hinch simply threw a packet of Dr Beckmann down the loo, before scrubbing with a toilet brush, which makes it all fizz up.
Showing off the finished job, she raved: “I’m so pleased the ensuite is done! I planned on doing the bathroom too but this has taken me so long”.
Mrs Hinch recently revealed her £3.75 hack to make sure your tumble dryer filter is ALWAYS clean.
Dr Beckmann’s foaming toilet cleaner is her favourite[/caption]
She uses the toilet brush to get it to foam up[/caption]