‘You have to try it,’ says a Mrs Hinch fan of a 99p soap scum remover that’s “wonderful.”

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‘You have to try it,’ says a Mrs Hinch fan of a 99p soap scum remover that’s “wonderful.”

MRS HINCH, a.k.a. Sophie Hinchcliffe, is a regular internet sharer of cleaning tips and methods. One of her fans took to social media to offer a “wonderful” remedy for removing soap scum.

Mrs Hinch became famous after she began sharing cleaning tips and methods on the internet. With more than four million Instagram followers, the social media sensation has motivated millions to clean their homes.

One fan requested for cleaning assistance on the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook group when it came to cleaning her shower screen.

“Does anyone know how to clean these soap stains off of glass?” the woman wrote.

“I clean this on a regular basis, but it appears to accumulate so quickly that I’m stumped as to what to do next. I spent a lot of money on cleaning goods that didn’t work.

“I also have soap scum on the bottom of the shower screen that quickly accumulates. Please provide some recommendations.” The post drew hundreds of responses from cleaning lovers who offered advice and low-cost products that the woman could use.

“I use Viakal in my shower,” one person stated. “M Cloth Glass & Window is made from millions of tightly woven high density microfibres, which quickly remove dirt and grease from windows and other glass surfaces.” Minky, the company behind the bright green cloth, says: “M Cloth Glass & Window is made from millions of tightly woven high density microfibres, which quickly remove dirt and grease from windows and other glass surfaces.”

“Its generous size makes light work of large surface areas, leaving a crystal clear finish every time,” said another. “Use Viakal, brilliant product for the price, you must try it.” Viakal is a cleaning spray that claims to remove even the toughest limescale, soap scum, and water marks from taps and showers.

Most supermarkets, as well as places like Tesco, sell it for as little as £2.

“I spray mine with Viakal and then squeegee it off,” another individual wrote. “You need to make sure you wipe it clean after every shower, that way no scum will build up,” one woman concurred, writing: “You need to tell everyone who uses the shower to squeegee and spray shower spray after every use.” “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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