‘It just wipes right off! Fans of Mrs. Hinch offer a five-pound technique for removing scorched food from glass plates.


‘It just wipes right off! Fans of Mrs. Hinch offer a five-pound technique for removing scorched food from glass plates.

A 5p trick for removing burned food from glass dishes has been shared by cleaning enthusiasts. This technique, according to Mrs Hinch followers, can “wipe right off” burned-on food.

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 craze has amassed over 4.1 million followers. Mrs. Hinch’s supporters have now formed their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning advice.

Each day, hundreds of tips are received by one of the groups, which has over 717,000 members.

One woman in the group inquired about removing burned-on sauce from her glass oven-proof plate.

“How can I get rid of the burnt sauce?” she inquired.

“I’ve soaked it twice and still can’t get it off!” (PS: I don’t own a dishwasher.)” Surprisingly, the most common solution was to use a “dishwasher tablet,” but not in a dishwasher.

“Soak with a dishwasher tablet or brush a moist tablet over it – it will lift off,” one person recommended, while another suggested, “Buy dishwasher tablets from Poundland and soak the plate for an hour.”

“It should then wipe off and you should have dishwasher tablets left to clean the washing machine – and it works great on the oven,” another user explained. “Put a dishwasher tablet in the dish, pour boiling water over the top, and let it sit for a few hours,” another cleaning fan said, while another agreed: “Soak with a dish washer tablet or washing powder.” A third person responded: “Dishwasher tablets and boiling water and leave to soak for a few hours and it’ll wipe right off.”

Are you looking for a new house or just want to take a look around? Fill in your postcode here or go to InYourArea.com. “I’ve always done this with my slow cooker when the sauce has burned on.” One user suggested that the fellow cleaning enthusiast rub the dishwasher tablet on the spot.

“Dishwasher tablets,” they explained. Continue massaging the mark until it disappears.

Another user simply stated: “Dishwasher tablet, boiling water, and let it soak overnight.” You can get a package of 30 dishwasher tablets for £1.50 from ASDA, which works out to 5p per tablet.

Other ideas are welcome. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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