Fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have taken to social media to share their go-to cleaning tips and hacks for a plethora of cleaning problems. Mrs Hinch, who has over four million followers on Instagram, has become well-known after sharing her amazing
Fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have shared their go-to grout whitening products. Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, made a name for herself after she began sharing her cleaning tips and tricks online and on TV. The cleaning expert
“In the US and in Australia they call it baking soda, in the UK we obviously call it bicarbonate of soda so it is the same thing but a lot of people do get very confused with this one,” Lynsey explained. The
Mrs Hinch – also known as Sophie Hinchcliffe – inspires millions of people to clean their homes. One Mrs Hinch fan has taken to a dedicated cleaning social media page to share how to make bathroom grout look brand new. Another suggested:
Because of its typically light colouring and rough porous texture, grout is prone to staining, causing the once clean look of white grout and shiny tiles to fade and look rather dull. When it comes to the bathroom, grout is usually stained
Sit the mixture for three to four minutes to make sure the components are combined into a smooth paste. Once the grout is well mixed, it’s time to add the Mapei glitter. This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for! The
Grout keeps dirt and debris from getting between tiles and firmly sets the tiles in place more firmly. Moisture and humidity in the bathroom and kitchen cause mildew stains on the grout between your tiles, and that’s why it often turns yellow.
A Victorian Plumbing expert said: “Toilet cleaner contains high levels of powerful acidic chemicals and using this solution can cause damage to tile grout. “Instead, use a diluted bleach solution – and don’t forget to wear protective gloves and open a window.”