Mrs. Hinch fans share an ‘amazing’ tip for removing mold from bathroom walls.

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Fans of Mrs. Hinch share an ‘amazing’ tip for removing mold from bathroom walls.

A CLEANING fanatic has shared an “amazing” cleaning tip for removing mold from bathroom walls.

The hack, according to Mrs Hinch’s supporter, was a “lifesaver.”

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, became famous for her cleaning tips and advice on social media and television. The cleaning enthusiast has over four million Instagram followers.

Fans have now followed in her footsteps and started their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and organizing tips, one of which includes mold removal hacks for bathroom walls.

One woman asked for help removing mold from her bathroom wall on the Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It Facebook page.

“Hi all, I live in a rented cottage and no matter what we try, we can’t get the mold stains off!” wrote Darcy Fern Rainger.

“I’ve tried pink paste, mould remover, a grout sponge, and bleach,” she says.

“Can you assist me?”

Mould is a fungus that decomposes dead matter and thrives in certain environments.

It can be a nuisance in the home, causing discolored walls, property damage, and even health issues.

The fungus thrives in damp, warm environments with absorbent materials.

Fortunately, the post received a flood of responses from fellow cleaning enthusiasts who shared their best cleaning tips and tricks.

Cillit Bang Black Mould Remover proved to be a popular solution.

“Black Cillit Bang Mould Remover will completely remove it,” Stacey Jean commented.

“Second, it’s amazing stuff; no scrubbing required,” Majella O’Halloran responded.

It’s literally a lifesaver.”

“Cillit Bang Mould Remover…brilliant,” Justine Merrett said.

“Spray on and leave for however long you want.”

“Cillit Bang Mould Remover, it’s a game changer!” wrote Julie Brown.

Cillit Bang Black Mould Remover claims to effectively remove mould and mildew in minutes while also helping to remove tough stains.

Bandamp;M and The Range sell a mould-removal spray for £2.99.

Other cleaning experts recommended using HG mould spray, Astonish Mould and Mildew spray, and dishwashing liquid.

“HG mould remover spray, leave for 30 minutes, then scrub with brush and it will melt the mold away,” Melissa Paskin said.

Then, if necessary, wipe away and repeat.”

“Astonish Mould and Mildew spray,” Sophie Blyth wrote.

“Use fairy dishwashing liquid with a scrub daddy,” Lesley Ann Baker added.

One of the members of the group advised against using.

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