Fans of Mrs. Hinch share a “brilliant” tip for making stainless steel teapots “look like new.”
CLEANING aficionados have taken to social media to share their “ingenious” cleaning tips for stainless steel teapots.
Mrs. Hinch’s teapot “looked brand new” after using the method, according to a fan.
Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, rose to fame after she began sharing cleaning tips on the internet.
The social media sensation, who now has over four million followers, continues to share cleaning and tidying tips.
Her fans frequently post on dedicated cleaning Facebook pages, sharing their own discoveries, such as how to clean stainless steel teapots.
One woman asked for advice on how to clean teapots on the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook page.
“I’m trying to clean up my mother’s favorite stainless steel teapot,” Facebook user Sue Rutherford wrote.
“The inside is caked in soil tea.”
“I’ve tried hot water and denture tablets, but nothing has worked. Do you have any suggestions?”
Teapots can quickly become dirty due to the accumulation of tea stains.
To ensure their longevity, they must be cleaned on a regular basis.
Despite the fact that teapot stains are difficult to remove, many members of the Facebook group commented on the post to share their “ingenious” solutions.
Using the Astonish Cup Clean was a popular comment.
“Astonish Cup Clean is brilliant,” Margaret Burgess Owen said.
Mine appears to be brand new.”
“Amazing Cup Clean will have it as good as new,” Carol Turner said.
“Astonish Cup Clean or Kettle Descale,” Kelly Longmate said.
“Astonish Cup Clean,” added Haley Bolland.
Astonish Cup Clean is a powder that removes deeply embedded tea and coffee stains and restores heavily stained crockery.
Teapots, mugs, cups, flasks, and coffee pots can all be cleaned with the cleaning powder.
It costs £2.50 and can be found at the Online Pound Store.
Others who are fans of Mrs. Hinch suggested using biological washing powder.
“Try boiling some water with biological washing powder, soaking it for a few minutes, and then wiping it away,” Emma Howitt suggested.
“We used biological washing powder and boiling water,” Helene Sutton explained.
“Rinse thoroughly after soaking for half an hour.”
“It looked brand new when I woke up.”
“Washing powder and hot water, boil a few minutes, cleans like it’s brand new,” Trish Keenan added.