‘The odor vanishes!’ Mrs Hinch fans have shared a 69p ‘trick’ for getting rid of urine odors in toilets.


‘The odor vanishes!’ Mrs Hinch fans have shared a 69p ‘trick’ for getting rid of urine odors in toilets.

A 69p “secret” for eradicating unpleasant pee odors from toilets has been shared by cleaning enthusiasts. Fans of Mrs Hinch argue that the peculiar hack makes odors “disappear.”

Fans of cleaning celebrity Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, have revealed their tips for getting rid of odors in toilets. 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.

Cleaning aficionados have formed their own social media communities to share cleaning and organization advice.

A Mrs Hinch fan requested how to get rid of pee odors in one of the groups.

“This is my toilet,” wrote Facebook user Anne Marie Haughton.

“Even though I don’t have a window, it always stinks” (I live with three boys).

“I have Febreze air freshener in my bathroom.” I’ve got Airwick in there with the small balls.

“I use Mr Duck in my toilet, as well as Febreeze in the new one.”

“However, I can still smell them in there; do you have any other suggestions?” “I miss having a window.” Mrs. Hinch followers flooded the article with hundreds of comments.

Shaving foam was the most prevalent suggestion.

“So this is a little thing we used to use when I worked with potty training boys at a school,” Stephanie Jared Carpenter explained.

“Take some shaving cream and squirt it all over the floor, then let it for about 10 minutes.”

“Soak it in and then clean it up; that always got rid of the stench of boy pee on the floor.”

“I’ve done the shaving foam thing because I live with two teenage guys,” Donna Murray remarked. It’s effective.” Are you looking for a new house or just want to take a look around? Please enter your postcode here or go to InYourArea.com. Angela Alford’s response was as follows: “I always apply shaving foam around the base of my toilet to get rid of the odor,” says one user. “Shaving foam, not the gel kind, and any cheap one would do, sprinkle it around the toilet on the floor and let for a couple of hours, then mop up,” stated social media user Morag Simpson.

“Believe me when I say it gets rid of wee smells.” Wipe off the walls frequently as well, as I discovered wee spray there!” Leanne Gillespie, a cleaning enthusiast, concurred. “Shaving cream works, but you have to properly wipe around the outside of the bowl and anyplace it touches,” she explained. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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