Mrs Hinch fans share a 37p ‘quick and easy’ way to clean an air fryer in ‘five minutes.’

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Cleaning: Fans of Mrs Hinch share a 37p ‘quick and easy’ way to clean an air fryer in ‘five minutes.’

A 37p hack has been shared by cleaning enthusiasts as an “easy” way to clean an air fryer.

Mrs. Hinch’s supporters claim that the hack takes “five minutes.”

Mrs Hinch, whose full name is Sophie Hinchliffe, rose to fame after sharing her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and television. The cleaning influencer now has over 4.2 million Instagram followers and has written several books.

Her fans have now started their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and organizing advice.

A user in one of these groups asked Mrs Hinch fans how to clean an air fryer.

“Has anyone got any tips or an easy way of cleaning an air fryer?” Facebook user Julia Harris asked fellow users.

“I’m not looking forward to scrubbing it once more.”

“In advance, thank you.”

Using dishwashing liquid in the air fryer was the most popular solution.

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“Washing up liquid, a smidgeon of water, and a five-minute timer,” Amy Elizabeth wrote.

“If you look on TikTok, there are videos of people cleaning theirs and they use Fairy liquid, water, and then turn it on,” Becky Poole said.

“Washing up liquid should get rid of that bottom bit,” Julia Patrick responded.

“Take the bottom tray out and soak in washing up liquid and hot water,” Tracey White advised.

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Washing Up Liquid Cherry from Sainsbury’s costs 50p.

For 37p, you can purchase ASDA Zesty Lemon Washing Up Liquid.

Surcare Washing Up Liquid is available for £1 at Wilko.

Mrs. Hinch fans also suggested using baking soda and white vinegar, putting parts of the air fryer in the dishwasher, using Elbow Grease, and cleaning the bottom of the air fryer.

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“I use bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar,” Claire Sykes-Smith said.

“Leave for half an hour and then scrub with a sponge.”

“I put mine in the dishwasher,” Samantha Osborne said.

“Couldn’t you just spray it with Elbow Grease?” Kitti Robz replied.

“I take that whole basket and put it,” Kat Lizarie replied.

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