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Cleaning genius Mrs Hinch reveals how to make your sink gleam – with NO SCRUBBING

Instagram cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch has revealed her latest sink cleaning hack designed to leave your whole house smelling fragrant – with no scrubbing involved.

Essex girl, Sophie Hinchliffe, 28, shot to stardom after her cleaning hacks earned her 1.5million followers less than a year after starting her Instagram account in March 2018.

This week, she shared her clever tip for polishing your sink and dish rack at the same time ‘with no harsh chemicals and less scrubbing’- leaving the whole house smelling of washing.

Sharing a snap of her sink, she revealed just how she keeeps it looking so spotless with minimal effort and cleaning products.

Sophie posted a picture of her gleaming sink, before unveiling the step-by-step process to getting it sparkling clean.

This week the cleaning-mad hairdresser shared her clever tip for polishing your sink and dish rack at the same time 'with no harsh chemicals and less scrubbing'- leaving the whole house smelling of washing

Her stories show she begins by closing the plug on the sink before placing the dish rack inside it and adding fabric softener.

‘Two capfuls of your favourite fabric softener’, her caption states alongside a demonstration.

Sharing a snap of her sink, she revealed just how she kept it looking so spotless with minimal effort and cleaning products- and leaving the whole house with the smell of fresh washing

Sophie then continues by adding a full kettle of boiling water to the sink, submerging the dish rack.

Letting the concoction stand for the evening, the caption reads: ‘Fills the house with the smell of washing. Let it soak for about four hours topping up every so often with boiling water.’

Her stories show she begins by closing the plug on the sink before placing the dish rack inside it and adding fabric softener. 'Two capfuls of your favourite fabric softener', her caption states alongside a demonstration

It continues: ‘Once soaked use a scourer to remove any last unwanted build-up.

‘No harsh chemicals and no scrubbing for hours’, the directions conclude, before an additional story shows the gleaming dish rack and sink later that evening. 

Letting the concoction stand for the evening, the caption reads: 'Fills the house with the smell of washing. Let it soak for about four hours topping up every so often with boiling water.'

Mrs Hinch’s sink and dish rack step-by-step cleaning guide

1. Place plug in sink and add dish rack

2. Add two caps of fabric softener

3. Pour in a kettle of boiling water

4. Soak for 4 hours, refill occasionally

5. Empty and use scourer to remove leftover build up 


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