Mrs Hinch fan left ‘astounded’ after cleaning oven door in ‘five minutes’ using 8p hack

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Fans of cleaning star Mrs Hinch have taken to social media once again to share their cleaning tips. Mrs Hinch, whose full name is Sophie Hinchliffe, shot to fame after she began sharing cleaning hacks on social media. She now has over 4.1 million followers on Instagram and has authored several books.

On one social media group dedicated to sharing cleaning tips similar to Mrs Hinch’s, a user shared a “five minute” tip for cleaning oven doors.

Anneka Hicks said: “Oh. WOW. So, whilst I was waiting for the kettle to boil, I decided to see what all the fuss was about after seeing the tips on here about cleaning your oven door with a dishwasher tablet… and I am so astounded I might have to have a little lie down!

“Literally never going to be able to stop telling people about this hack.”

Later on Anneka explained exactly how she used the dishwasher tablet to clean the oven door.

She said: “I sprayed the glass with water from a spray bottle, and used a Finish Powerball tablet without much pressure needed at all, literally spray, rub and wipe away the excess.

“Used one dishwasher tablet and it didn’t scratch the glass at all and took about five minutes.

“Have tried Pink Stuff paste and tin foil, and I have a steam cleaner and neither were as quick or easy, and this had the best results by far with so little effort!”

Anneka’s post was inundated with over 200 comments from fellow cleaning enthusiasts, many of them saying they were going to try the hack themselves.

Joleen Redhead said: “I’m going to do this!”

Becky Gray wrote: “I’m gonna do this Friday when I get home.”

Sammy Hewett said: “Noooo way I am definitely giving that a go – tip of the day.”

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Nicola Duffy replied: “Done mine today as well it’s amazing.”

Rosie Gribben said: “I did that to a cooker last week I could not believe how it came up like new.”

Poubia Lo wrote: “Thanks for sharing! Wow!”

Leah Marie White commented: “I’m so going to try this!”

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Cleaning enthusiasts can buy 40 Wilko All in One Dishwasher Tablets Original for £3 which works out at just under 8p per tablet.

Other buying options include Sainsbury’s which sells a pack of 25 Prism All in 1 Dishwasher Tablets for £3.50, and B&M which sells 54 Fabulosa All in One Ultimate Dishwasher Tablets for £4.99.

Other Mrs Hinch fans shared their tips for cleaning oven doors.

Nanette Bird said: “No one ever mentions the old-fashioned wire scourers.

“I always use it on my oven door with water and Fairy liquid and mine is usually much worse than the one shown.

“It doesn’t scratch and is the cheapest.”

Leanne Hanson replied: “Wipe it over with a damp cloth every time you use it now and it’ll stay clean.”

Michelle Hall said: “Soda crystals in boiling water and a Brillo pad works for me.

“I tried the dishwasher tablet and it crumbled.”

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