‘It just vanishes!’ Fans of Mrs. Hinch give their best solutions for getting rid of mold on the bathroom ceiling.
A NETWORK OF SKILLED CLEANERS has offered their tried-and-true methods for removing mold from a bathroom ceiling.
Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, rose to fame on social media as a cleaning phenomenon. On Instagram, the star’s clever cleaning solutions have amassed over four million followers.
Cleanings devotees have formed their own social media groups to help others find effective ways to manage regular household jobs, inspired by her techniques.
Anne-Marie Fell, a Facebook user, asked for help eradicating mold from a bathroom ceiling.
Denise Wareham Black, in response to the post, suggested: “Cillit Bang spray onto a paint brush, paint on, leave for 10 minutes, wipe off.” “Job well done.”
“Wouldn’t think of applying it that way – it’s a really handy tip,” Bryony Edwards wrote, impressed by the group member’s suggestion.
“Amazing mould and mildew remover, it’s brilliant,” Loraine Bush wrote.
Buckland, Sadie Flash spray bleach was recommended by Wills.
“Dettol mould and mildew spray,” Joanne Fleming said. There is a spray paint that helps prevent mold from returning once it has been cleaned.”
“I combine bleach and water in a spray bottle and spray the mould – it just goes away,” Catherine Hastings revealed.
“You need to treat the mold properly first, else it will keep coming back,” Lynsey O’Neil warned. “Do not use bleach since it feeds mold and only makes the mold white.”
To combat the mold, Eileen Watson suggested using Cif Mould Remover spray, which she described as “wonderful.”
“Bleach soaked in white kitchen towels and glue it to the ceiling, allow overnight, then remove and it will be gone,” Sal Clar wrote on Facebook.
Kelly Horton recommended using HG mould spray, which she described as “wonderful.”
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“Bleach, ensuring your eyes are covered and the room is ventilated,” Denise Ritcher wrote.
“My bathroom ceiling is painted with Acrylic Eggshell, and it doesn’t get any mold. The importance of ventilation cannot be overstated.”
“We got so sick up with attempting to remove it then repaint we put in a faux dropped ceiling so no more mould,” Tanya Turner wrote.
Kim Furbz added, “You’ll have to treat it with mould and mildew paint, then paint over it; anything else is only a temporary repair.”
“As soon as you see just one small area, brush on heavy bleach with a toothbrush,” Kathleen Balshaw recommended.
“Bleach.”Brinkwire Summary News,” Punam Sharma wrote.