Mrs Hinch fans share an easy 2p trick for removing limescale from the shower.


Mrs Hinch fans share a simple 2p trick for removing limescale from the shower.


On the inside of your shower and its door, this residue can cause stains, limescale, and even mould.

Fortunately, Mrs Hinch fans have shared simple solutions for removing the buildup.

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, rose to fame after sharing her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and television. The cleaning enthusiast now has over 4.1 million Instagram followers.

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

One woman asked how to get rid of the limescale that had built up on her shower in one of these groups, which had over 100,000 members.

Gem Kaye posted a photo of the limescale-covered bottom of her shower door.

“Any ideas on how to get rid of this limescale buildup on our shower door?” she wrote.

Fortunately, the post drew a lot of attention, and other Mrs Hinch fans had plenty of advice to offer.

Using a two-pound coin was a popular trick.

Mrs Hinch fans have previously shared this tip, which has been proven to work.

“Viakal or white vinegar,” Lousie Lister wrote.

Soak is required.

To get rid of excess, use the 2p trick.”

“Soak some cotton wool pads in white vinegar overnight,” Emma Wilson added.

The rest will be 2p.”

“2p coin,” Emma Dawson simply added.

“Rub with a wet 2p piece and it will come off,” Georgina Chandler wrote.

“Viakal spray,” Jeanette Boxall Nee-Allchin commented.

Scrape off the worst first with the edge of a hard object, such as a 2p coin.”

“Defo rub a wet 2p coin on it,” Lucy Clarke said.

It’s great.”

Other ideas included cleaning with both natural and chemical products.

“White vinegar,” Leanna Stratford wrote.

“Pink stuff,” Laura Nash exclaimed.

“HG limescale remover,” Jenoir McDonald commented.

Make sure you follow the directions and don’t leave it on for any longer than the manufacturer recommends!”

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Erica, a Facebook user, advised against using Viakal.

“Viakal removes the color and shine from ours, so we use Astonish spray,” she explained.

It’s amazing!”

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