‘We worked on it! Mrs. Hinch fans share a one-pound trick for cleaning oil off driveways.


‘We worked on it! Mrs. Hinch fans share a one-pound trick for cleaning oil off driveways.

A £1 tip for eliminating oil from driveways has been shared by cleaning experts. One item that most Britons will have in their homes is the fantastic cleaning tip.

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, has become well-known in recent years as a result of her housekeeping tips on social media and television. She has garnered a stunning 4.1 million Instagram followers since attaining fame. Her devotees have already formed their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and organizing advice.

A Mrs Hinch fan wondered how she could remove oil marks from her driveway on a Facebook page with almost 635,000 members.

“Any advice on how to get rid of oil marks off my driveway?” she inquired.

The article was bombarded with responses from fellow cleaning fanatics, with the most common solutions being washing powder or laundry liquid.

“Bio washing powder or truck wash,” one user suggested, while another noted, “Laundry liquid helped on ours.” “Apparently washing powder helps then brush it with hard broom,” one Facebook user said. “Washing powder and scrub should do the trick works on the hands too,” another cleaning aficionado explained. Spread a layer over the surface, wait a few days, then spray with a watering can, then scrub with a deck scrubber, then jet or power wash.” You can get 750ml of Easy Concentrated Laundry Liquid for £1 from the Online Pound Store.

Are you looking for a new house or just want to take a look around? Wilko also sells Non Bio Laundry Liquid for £1.50 if you enter your postcode below or go to InYourArea.

Mrs Hinch fans also suggested using full fat cola, WD40, and Fairy Liquid.

“Full fat coke,” one person offered, while another suggested, “Fairy liquid gets rid of oil and grease.”

“Squirt a substantial amount on a scrub with hot water,” another user recommended. “Fairy washing up liquid, boiling water, and a power wash should do the trick.”


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