‘Perfectly clean!’ says the narrator. Fans of Mrs Hinch offer a 65p tip for removing tea stains from cups.
A 65p trick for removing tea stains from cups has been revealed by cleaning enthusiasts. The hack, according to Mrs Hinch admirers, is the “perfect clean.”
On social media, fans of cleaning star Mrs Hinch have posted how to remove tea stains from cups. Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, has a whopping 4.1 million Instagram followers after sharing her cleaning advice over the years. She got well-known after offering her advice on social media and on television.
She’s now written many books and co-hosts a podcast with her spouse.
Her followers have been so enamored with her advice that they’ve started their own Facebook pages dedicated to cleaning hacks and methods.
Hundreds of posts are exchanged each day by some of the groups, which have thousands of members.
A user in one of these groups inquired about the “best” technique to remove tea stains from cups.
The post drew almost 1,000 responses from fellow cleaning enthusiasts.
The use of bicarbonate of soda and water was one of the most typical responses.
“Bleach or bicarbonate of soda and scrub it!” one commenter suggested.
“It’ll come out great with a scrubbing brush!”
“Mix warm water and baking soda into a paste and scrub,” suggested another.
“I use it to remove all stains from cups, bowls, and ceramics.”
“Bicarbonate of soda,” said another cleaning lover.
“Baking soda and warm water,” one person said.
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“Bicarbonate of soda with boiling water overnight,” another user replied.
“Teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda in warm water overnight,” said another cleaning fanatic.
“Baking soda for the ideal clean,” one person said.
ASDA sells a small tub of bicarbonate of soda in the baking section for only 65p.
Wilko or Ocado, on the other hand, sell larger boxes for £1.75.
Others offered bleach, denture tablets, lemon juice, or salt as alternatives.
“Table salt add a small drop of water onto the stains, then wash it away as normal,” a user answered.
“Salt and toothbrush,” someone else said.
“Toothpaste or Steradent tablets,” added another cleaning lover.