‘Dissolves any stench,’ say Mrs Hinch followers, who describe clever ways to get rid of odors in the fridge.
A GROUP OF SKILLED CLEANERS has provided several simple ways to restock a kitchen fridge, using goods as diverse as coffee and toothpaste.
Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, rose to fame on social media as a cleaning phenomenon. On Instagram, the cleaning celebrity has more than four million followers.
Cleaning admirers have formed their own social media groups to share their own solutions for tackling everyday home jobs, inspired by her ingenious methods.
Facebook member Sian Evans sought advice to remove unpleasant odours from a kitchen fridge.
“Half a fresh lemon rubbed all over the inside and wiped with dry kitchen paper after leaving the lemon liquid for a time,” Stephanie Hunt responded to the post.
“Empty and clean everything, and keep the door open the entire time,” Megan Di Cristina said. “Fairy washing up liquid, pink substance for tough stains,” says the narrator. Tracey Walker suggested using bicarbonate paste to clean the fridge.
“I put in a little basin with vinegar for two days, always works,” Zuzanna Odell commented.
“Sprinkle lemon juice on the bottom of the fridge, let for a couple of hours, then wipe dry,” Susan Chambers advised.
“There’ll be a drip tray behind it at the back as well,” Brooke Graham wrote.
“I’d had a foul odor in my house for a long time and couldn’t identify it until I checked there.”
Samantha Jane Skelly recommends combining lemon with “wet salt to absorb the odor.”
“Put bicarbonate in a container with the lid open,” Sharon Brotherton said, adding, “no more odours.”
“I clean mine with bicarbonate,” Joanna Nilsson wrote.
Are you looking for a new house or just want to take a look around? Please enter your postcode here or go to InYourArea.com. “A little ramekin filled with clay kitty litter stashed in the back of the fridge absorbs odors as well.” Stacey Wood proposed putting coffee granules inside the fridge as a more unconventional method.
Coffee, according to Nuala Whitehead, would “dissolve any smell” with just a modest bit.
“If you put it in overnight, the scent will be gone by morning,” the group member continued.
Kayleigh Cooper suggested cleaning the interior of the fridge with toothpaste.
Croc Odor, according to Sarah Jessica Parker, can be used to get rid of the odor in the fridge.
Wilko sells the fragrance for £2 in their fridge diffuser.
While Rachael Murphy recommended halving an onion before putting it in the fridge.