‘Wonderful!’ says the narrator. Fans of Mrs Hinch offer a 37p tip for dusting and cleaning blinds.
A 37p tip for dusting blinds has been revealed by cleaning enthusiasts. Fans of Mrs Hinch believe that the clever trick “works wonders” on Venetian blinds.
Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, is a housekeeping expert with over 4.1 million Instagram followers. She has authored multiple books and is well-known for sharing her unusual cleaning techniques on the internet and on television. Fans of the cleaning superstar are so enamored with her advice that they’ve started social media groups dedicated to sharing cleaning tips and tricks in her honor.
Some cleaning communities have more than 650,000 members and receive hundreds of posts per day.
A woman in one of the groups inquired about how to clean her blinds.
“Hello, does anyone have any cleaning advice for these blinds?” she said.
“I bought a cleaning brush for them, but cleaning them would take all day because they are so dusty.”
A photo of the user’s wooden Venetian blinds was shared.
The most popular proposal was to use a paint brush, which received a lot of attention.
“Paint brush,” said one user.
“Old paintbrush,” someone else said.
“Use a paintbrush,” one cleaning enthusiast suggested.
Another individual said, “Clean, dry paint brush.”
“Someone recently used a paint brush,” one person suggested.
“Wide paint brush does wonderfully for dust on blinds,” another cleaning fanatic stated.
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Paint brushes are relatively affordable, and may be obtained for as little as 37p on the Toolstation website.
Cleaning aficionados also suggested using tumble dryer sheets, an old sock, or putting them in the bath.
One guy suggested closing them and wiping them down with tumble dryer sheets.
“I put mine in the bath with a tiny bit of bleach, then stand them up in the bath till nearly dry, then put them back up,” said another.
“Blast them with a chilly setting with a hairdryer,” another person suggested.
“Sock over your hand,” another user offered.
“Clip them off and wash them down with soapy water in the garden,” one cleaning fan advised.
“Hose them off and dry them in the sun.
“It’s the quickest and easiest way, and they’re sparkling.”