‘It’s fantastic!’ Mrs. Hinch supporters give a simple cleaning tip for dusty skirting boards.


‘It’s fantastic!’ Mrs. Hinch supporters give a simple cleaning tip for dusty skirting boards.

Cleaning aficionados have discovered a low-cost solution for cleaning dirty skirting boards. Mrs. Hinch’s supporters call the method “brilliant.”

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, became famous after sharing her cleaning tips and advice on social media and on television. On Instagram, the cleaning enthusiast has amassed over 4.1 million followers. Her fans have now formed their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and organizing advice.

One woman asked other cleaning lovers how she might clean her unclean skirting boards on one of the groups, which has over 635,000 members.

“Advice, please…,” she said.

“What’s the best way to clean dirty skirting boards?”

There were almost 100 comments on the page from cleaning aficionados.

Using “sugar soap” was one of the most popular suggestions.

“Sugar soap,” a Facebook user responded. It’s fantastic. By chance, I tried it on my chrome light switches, and they turned out beautifully as well.”

“Elbow grease or sugar soap,” someone else said.

“Sugar soap,” said a number of people.

Another person recommended using ‘Elbow Grease and sugar soap.’

For £1.99, you can get 500ml of concentrated Bartoline sugar soap from B&M.

However, the instructions state that 30ml of the product should be mixed with 4.5 litres of water.

This works out to about 11p each usage, and you’ll have plenty left over for the next time.

The Range also sells a similar product for £1.99 while Wilko sells 500g of granular sugar soap for £2.

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Mrs Hinch supporters also recommend using a towel and hot water, baby wipes, floor wipes, shaving soap, and fabric conditioner to clean skirting boards.

“Dishmatic filled with washing up liquid, fabric softener, and water and run across,” one user advised.

“The softener helps repel dust.”

Another person replied: “I use floor wipes bought in any super market they do the job so easily.”

Another keen cleaner said: “Lenor mixed with water on a microfibre cloth, will also keep the dust off.”

Another individual said: “I had great success with shaving foam.”

“Baby wipes,” one person simply stated.

“Shaving foam and a magic eraser sponge,” one person said.


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