Mrs Hinch often shares cleaning tips and tricks with her 3.5 social media followers. From cheap products to unusual hacks, Mrs Hinch grew to fame w
Mrs Hinch often shares cleaning tips and tricks with her 3.5 social media followers. From cheap products to unusual hacks, Mrs Hinch grew to fame when she started showing how she cleaned her famous grey Essex home. She has recently revealed the best way to remove dirt and grime away from your hob.
The cleanser is also less harmful to the environment as the Microparticles that the cleaning product contains, are sourced from naturally occurring minerals that are not linked to the plastic microbes that hair the potential to contribute to micro plastic marine litter.
This cream cleaner is used for a deeper clean of the hob, other versions are available for a lighter clean.
However with the hob, it is always important to clean it well as dirt that builds up can have an impact on the performance of the hob.
Ovenclean.com recommends to clean your hob after every use, as this will prevent build up which will take much longer to clean.
However it may just take longer as there are nooks and crannies as well as the gas rings which also need to be cleaned.
Another method that Mrs Hinch is well known for is using one of her favourite products called The Pink Stuff paste.
It has a thick, paste consistency that can be used on different household items.
However, the formula is quite strong so reading the back of the bottle for instructions is advised before using it on all household appliances.
Sophie applies a generous amount of The Pink Stuff onto her hob and then leaves it to sit for a few minutes.
According to Star Brands, the company behind The Pink Stuff, the cleaner is a: “Hardworking, cream cleaner designed to help you remove stains from around the home whilst being gentle on surfaces.”
She then wiped the left over product away with a damp cloth which revealed a shiny, dirt free hob.
Mrs Hinch also uses The Pink Stuff paste to clean the inside of her oven including the stubborn stains on the door.
She spreads the paste onto the door and works the product in circular motion using her favourite sponge called Scrub Daddy. This is a textured sponge in the shape of a smiley face which Mrs Hinch uses to clean a variety of different items in her home.
Wiping away with a clean damp cloth, Sophie reveals a stain free oven and door as well as a beautifully clean hob.