‘Pure white again!’ Mrs Hinch fans share how to remove orange stains from tile grout


Cleaning star Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, garnered popularity after sharing her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and TV. The cleaning enthusiast has managed to gain over 4.1 million followers on Instagram. Now, fans of hers have created their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and tidying tips.

Samantha Durose said: “Bleach and a toothbrush.”

Cleaning fan Val Denise said: “Soak toilet paper or cotton wool in bleach and place it along the sealant overnight.

“By morning it will look like new. No scrubbing needed.”

Mandy Hudd suggested: “Pour neat bleach and leave overnight.”

Michelle Raybould commented on the post: “Bleach and tissue pressed on it, leave overnight and it will just wipe off.”

Lizzi Forde wrote on the social media site: “Put thick bleach on, scrub and rinse off.

“Reapply thick bleach liberally and leave for 30 minutes.”

You can buy thin bleach for as little as 38p from ASDA.

Other supermarkets sell similar products for around the same price.

Some Mrs Hinch fans had other suggestions for getting rid of the stains.

Avril Roulton said: “Most of the pinky orange is just soap scum – dyed from the colourings in shower gel, shampoos etc.

“A good scrub with Pink Stuff or similar should start to clear it.”

Liz Anne Roberts commented on the post: “No need to be embarrassed.

“Mould starts pinky orange and then goes black.

“Just the way of it. I routinely use HG Mould Spray. Once a week.

“And I keep the window open and the towel rail on apart from in the summer.”

Suzie Scott said: “Just did mine with a vinegar and bicarbonate of soda paste.

“Put it on with an old toothbrush. It needs a bit of effort to scrub in, but comes up great and no nasty chemicals.”



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