‘It’s immaculate,’ say Mrs Hinch fans, who share ‘fantastic’ sofa stain removal tips.


‘It’s immaculate,’ say fans of Mrs Hinch, who share ‘fantastic’ sofa stain removal advice.

Cleaning enthusiasts have shared some ‘amazing’ stains-removal tips for sofas.

Mrs Hinch’s carpet appeared “immaculate” after the hack, according to one fan.

Mrs Hinch, also known as Sophie Hinchliffe, became famous for her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and television. The cleaning guru has over four million Instagram followers.

Fans are now following in her footsteps and starting their own cleaning and tidying social media groups, one of which includes hacks for removing sofa stains.

One woman asked on the Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It Facebook page how to get milk stains out of her sofa.

“My toddler spilt his milk all over my sofa,” Facebook user Chloe Bale wrote.

“I scrubbed it, dried it, and it now looks like this.”

“Do you have any suggestions for getting it back to normal?”

“I can’t even wash the cover.”

It can be difficult to remove stains from a sofa.

When cleaning a sofa, the first step should always be to remove any stain residue.

Fortunately for Chloe, the post was flooded with comments from people who wanted to share their best tips and hacks.

Dr Beckmann Carpet Stain Remover was recommended by several group members.

“100 percent Dr Beckmanns Carpet Cleaner,” Zaira Mavroyannis commented.

“I cleaned the carpet and it’s spotless.”

“Definitely give Dr Beckmann Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner a try,” Helen Elizabeth wrote.

“This is the only thing I found that removed the water marks properly,” Bring Dilsworth captioned a photo of the Dr Beckmann Carpet Stain Remover.

“Certainly, this stuff is fantastic,” Louisa Perrett responded.

“I have the exact same sofa and used this only last week,” Kirsty Gill responded.

All of the stains were removed.”

Dr Beckmann Carpet Stain Remover claims to effectively remove heat soil and unsightly spills while also assisting in the removal of tough stains.

Tesco charges £2.79 for the stain remover.

Shaving foam, dishwashing liquid, and white vinegar were also recommended by fellow cleaning enthusiasts.

“Shaving foam is brilliant,” said Catrina Ni Mhora.

“Original fairy and warm water with just a sponge works a treat,” wrote Leanne Jackson.

“White vinegar removes water marks,” Lou Morningstar said.


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