‘Works every time!’ Fans of Mrs. Hinch submit their favorite ways to clean the fridge without leaving smear marks.
Cleaning experts have given their top tips for sprucing up a kitchen fridge and removing smears.
Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, rose to fame on social media as a cleaning phenomenon. Her Instagram feed has more than four million followers thanks to her innovative housekeeping tricks.
Cleaning lovers have started their own social media groups dedicated to providing practical strategies for freshening up a home, inspired by her clever approaches.
Ann-Marie Reed, a Facebook member, was looking for tips on how to clean a refrigerator effectively.
“What do folks use to clean the outside of their black fridge?” said one of the group members. I’m starting to regret going black because there are usually fingerprints and then signs of it being wiped.” “I just use antibacterial and a normal cloth to clean it, then glass cleaner and a minky glass towel to get rid of streaks and handprints and that always works,” Georgia Haslam responded to the post. “I wash/spray first with technique multi surface, then use Dettol three in one spray and clean with window cloth,” Kellie Renton said. No streaks, and I’m kicking myself for choosing a black fridge.” Amanda Greenwood shared a tried-and-true method: “Just regular water and dishwashing solutions.” “Wash before buffing with a blue roll.” “Car polish works a treat,” Kazz Webb said. “It usually keeps it clean for a while too.” Liz Lacki remarked, “I use Windolene spray and it doesn’t smear.”
Kayleigh Butterworth recommended using wood silk polish on the fridge before cleaning it down with a microfiber cloth.
“I wash it first, let it dry, then use furniture polish,” Samantha Atkinson said. It’s fantastic.” “A microfiber towel in warm soapy water,” Jo Motown Johnson wrote. Wendy Brown stated, “I use glass cleaner and a glass cleaning cloth.”
Are you looking for a new house or just want to take a look around? Please enter your postcode in the box below, or go to InYourAreaGemma Smallwood made the following comment: “I use antibacterial wipes and kitchen paper to dry.” Julie Durber wrote, “Clean with antibacterial, then polish with Mr Sheen multipurpose polish.”
“I use vinegar and water, then buff dry and shine with auto polish,” Sharron Cadd wrote. “It lasts about a month before I have to do it again.”
Morgan Siany suggested a more unconventional method, saying, “Cold tea and kitchen roll.”
To tidy up the fridge, Anna Clarke suggested using stainless steel cleanser.
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