Cleaning: Mrs Hinch fans disclose a 65p limescale removal tip for washing machines.
A 65p technique for cleaning washing machines has been shared by cleaning enthusiasts. Fans of Mrs Hinch believe that the low-cost hack also keeps “limescale at bay.”
Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, rose to fame as a cleaning expert after sharing her cleaning ideas and recommendations on social media and television. On Instagram, the cleaning aficionado now has more than 4.1 million followers. Fans are so enamored with her advice that they’ve formed social media groups dedicated to discussing cleaning tips and methods.
A Facebook user requested how to clean and descale her washing machine in one group.
“I live in a hard water area and I’m worried about limescale in my washing machine,” Natalie Davenport posted on Facebook.
“I’m aware that I should begin using Calgon, but is there a method to descale it?”
I regularly clean my kettle with vinegar. Thank you very much!” The article drew a slew of responses from fellow cleaning fanatics.
The advice in the post was to use soda crystals.
“Just use soda crystals in every wash….beneficial it’s for clothes as well as keeping machine clean and a lot cheaper than Calgon,” wrote Facebook user Anita Wright.
“I use a scoop of soda crystals in every wash,” Jackie Hicks remarked.
“One scoop of soda crystals,” Tracie Fergusson remarked on the post.
“I use soda crystals in every wash,” Sandra Baum wrote. It prevents limescale buildup and is less expensive than Calgon.” “I normally just do a 90C wash with 125ml in the detergent compartment of the drawer and a healthy measure of soda crystals to keep the limescale at bay,” Sarah Newman said.
“I’m also in an extremely hard water area.”
Some fans of Mrs. Hinch inquired about how to use the soda crystals.
Are you looking for a new house or just want to take a look around? Please enter your postcode in the box below, or go to InYourAreaRachael Lea made the following suggestion: “With the detergent, I put two teaspoons of soda crystals in the drawer.”
“They’re only 70p for a pack, and they truly do make the washing and machine cleaner.”
“There are a lot of recommendations on the dri pak website, and they’re also environmentally friendly.”
“I normally run them through my machine on their own to clear it out,” Jodie Louise Smith explained.
“I started with Calgon and then switched to the low-cost Asda version.
“I’m switching to soda crystals because they’re so cheap.”
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