Mrs Hinch followers reveal a ‘brilliant’ 60p cling film oven cleaning tip.
A “brilliant” 60p cling film hack for ovens has been revealed by cleaning enthusiasts. Fans of Mrs Hinch were taken aback with the cleaning suggestion.
Mrs Hinch fans, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, have contributed more cleaning suggestions on social media. Mrs. Hinch became well-known after posting cleaning advice and recommendations on social media and on television. On Instagram, the cleaning aficionado has amassed over 4.1 million followers.
Her devotees have already formed their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and organizing advice.
A woman shared a helpful cling film trick for cleaning ovens on one of the groups, which has over 709,000 members.
She posted a before and after shot of herself using the cling film hack.
“Thank you to whoever posted the cling film tip,” she remarked.
“Squirt the Cif all over, cover with cling film, close the oven overnight, and scrub the next morning,” she continued.
Mrs Hinch admirers flooded the post with comments saying they had never tried the hack before.
“This makes so much sense!” one person exclaimed. This is something I’m going to do tomorrow, it’s brilliant!”
Another person said, “I’m going to try this.”
“I’m going to try this as well,” said another cleaning enthusiast. Thank you for the suggestion.”
“I’m going to give it a shot,” remarked another.
“I’ll give it a shot, thanks for the suggestion!” said another.
Cling film costs 60p at ASDA, while Cif Cream costs £1 at Tesco and Sainsbury’s.
Some cleaning lovers expressed doubts about their ability to unwind the cling film.
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“Is it just me who knows I’d never be able to control the cling film in this manner?” one user wondered.
“It literally gets me furious,” stated another.
“I’ve stopped buying them because they make my blood boil.”
However, a fellow Hincher suggested putting the cling film in the fridge to help unwrapping it simpler.
They said: “Keep it stored in your fridge and it’s so much easier to use, honestly trust me.”
Other Mrs Hinch fans wanted to know whether the hack worked on oven racks.
The poster of the hack stated that she did not believe it worked on oven racks.
Mrs Hinch fans also had an idea for how to clean their oven racks.
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