‘It was well worth the money!’ Fans of Mrs. Hinch share a “wonderful” way to clean vertical blinds.


‘It was well worth the money!’ Fans of Mrs. Hinch share a “wonderful” way to clean vertical blinds.

An “wonderful” Napisan tip for washing blinds has been revealed by cleaning experts. Fans of Mrs Hinch have been blogging about the product on a daily basis, claiming that it has left them “shocked.”

Mrs. Hinch’s fans, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, have formed their own social media groups to share cleaning tips and tricks. Mrs. Hinch became famous after posting cleaning tips and advice on social media and on television. On Instagram, the cleaning aficionado has amassed over 4.1 million followers.

Mrs Hinch admirers post about a product named Napisan on one of the groups on a daily basis.

Cleaning enthusiasts believe that the substance may be used to clean dirty white sneakers and white clothing.

However, it appears that the “wonderful” substance has now being used to clean blinds as well.

“So, I’ve seen everyone screaming about Napisan,” one individual wrote on a social network group.

“I’ve had cream blinds for about ten years and decided to give it a go.

“Wow, I can’t believe how well it worked in about 5-10 minutes. It’s well worth the £2.99.”

Fans of Mrs Hinch instantly bombarded the article with questions about how she used the product on her blinds.

In the bath, she “sprinkled” the product on five to ten blinds at a time, according to the user.

She then sprayed them with warm water and let them aside for five to ten minutes.

“I dumped the water and repeated it until they were all done,” she added.

Her living room’s vertical blinds were used.

Later, she described the product as “wonderful stuff.”

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She said, “I’m amazed at how bright they’ve made the room now that it’s clean.”

“You have no idea how dirty they get.”

This method is used “every couple of months in the bath,” according to one person, who also adds bleach.

Wilko sells Napisan non biological stain remover for £3, while Tesco and Sainsbury’s sell it for £4.

At 30 degrees Celsius, the product claims to remove 99.9% of bacteria and stains.

Napisan claims to “remove ordinary stains like grass, mud, and carrot baby food” by releasing active oxygen.

Napisan can be used on bibs, soft toys, nappies, and underwear for children.

Sheets, handkerchiefs, towels, pyjamas, and sportswear can all be treated with it.


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