Fans of Mrs. Hinch describe how to remove limescale from taps without washing – they’ll look like new!
CLEANING aficionados have offered their secrets for removing tough limescale taps “without washing.” The taps will appear “like new,” according to Mrs Hinch fans.
Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, rose to fame after offering housekeeping tips and advice on social media and television. On Instagram, the cleaning aficionado has amassed over 4.1 million followers. Her devotees have already formed their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and organizing advice.
On one of the discussion boards, a woman inquired about removing limescale from her “grubby” taps.
“Good morning, we recently relocated and the kitchen sink has a really filthy tap,” she said.
“Does anyone have any suggestions for the best course of action?”
“I’ve experimented with the pink stuff paste. Thank you ahead of time.”
The article received 200 replies from cleaning enthusiasts who recommended covering the taps in kitchen roll soaked in white vinegar or lemon juice.
“Soak a kitchen roll in lemon or white vinegar and wrap it around the area – some chemical de-scalers can harm the chrome,” one person suggested.
“White vinegar on cotton wool and wrap it around it,” offered another.
“No scrubbing!” exclaimed another. Overnight, wrap a kitchen towel in white vinegar.
“In the morning, remove the towel… new faucets! Amazing, to tell you the truth.”
“Vinegar-soaked cotton wool, leave it on for a bit, and it will be like new,” said another cleaning lover.
“Get some cotton wool soaked in white vinegar and leave overnight on the filthy spots, should crumble off with a quick scrub the next day,” another user suggested.
“Lemon juice on a cotton wool pad, wrap it around the taps and leave overnight,” another recommended.
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“Cotton wool soaked in white vinegar for a day and kept squirting additional vinegar on so it stays nice and wet,” one person stated.
Another suggested soaking a rag or cotton wool in vinegar and wrapping it around the affected region overnight.
Other users advised scrubbing the limescale off with a wet 2p coin.
“The moist 2p will sort this in no time, then keep on top of it with Viakal gel,” one user stated. It’s as good as new.”
“Soak in Viakal, then scrape off with a 2p,” said another.
“I merely used a 2p coin!” remarked another.
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