‘It really works!’ Fans of Mrs Hinch share a 34p trick for getting rid of fly marks on white surfaces.


‘It really works!’ Fans of Mrs Hinch share a 34p trick for getting rid of fly marks on white surfaces.

A 34p trick for eliminating fly stains from white surfaces has been shared by cleaning enthusiasts. Black and brown marks on walls, skirting boards, and blinds are frequently left by flies. This technique, according to Mrs Hinch fans, “works a treat.”

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.

A Mrs Hinch fan inquired how to wipe fly marks from her skirting board in one of the groups, which receives hundreds of postings each day.

“How can I wipe spider feces off white skirting board without discoloring it?” she inquired. Thanks.”

Her white skirting boards were covered in clusters of little black and brown dots, which she photographed.

Mrs Hinch cliffe confirmed that the marks were caused by a fly rather than a spider.

“I think you’ll find that’s fly poo,” one individual said.

“That ain’t no spider poo, most likely fly poo,” another responded.

“More likely to be fly poo,” added a third.

“Definitely fly poo!” remarked another. They have left their imprint on all of my white surfaces!”

Mrs Hinch’s fans suggested a simple solution for eliminating the unsightly marks: washing up liquid.

One person suggested “warm water and Fairy washing up liquid.”

“I use hot soapy water,” stated another.

“It’s a real annoyance, and you have to stay on top of it.”

“That’s fly poo,” wrote a third. It will come off easily with Fairy liquid and a cloth.”

“Mix a dab of Fairy liquid into a spray bottle with water,” wrote a fourth.

“About a half-teaspoon, squirted and rubbed in with a moist towel.

“We get a lot of it, and it works great; there is no hard labor involved, and there is no discoloration.”

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“Hot water, Fairy liquid, and a microfibre cloth works a treat,” someone other said. It’s something I use all the time.”

“It’s from flies, not spiders,” a sixth added. Fortunately, it should be easy to remove with a damp cloth.”

Washing up liquid is available for 34p at ASDA.

Fairy Liquid is available from ASDA for 97p.

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