‘Don’t use liquid!’ Mrs Hinch fans share hack to stop washing machine seals turning black

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Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, gained popularity after sharing her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and TV. The cleaning enthusiast has managed to gain over 4.1 million followers on Instagram. Now, fans of hers have created their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and tidying tips.

“Powder enzymes keep the mould and black in the drawer away.”

A third user said: “Every few washes I do machine clean on detox and bleach in powder tray.

“I also changed back to powder instead of pods and liquid.

“This has stopped the smell from the sink as our washing machine and sink go down the same pipe like in many new houses – double win!”

A fourth penned: “Alternate between powder and liquid, do hot washes with powder regularly, and leave the door ajar between washes.”

However, other users suggested using white vinegar to remove the black substance from the washing machine seal.

You can buy Stardrops White Vinegar Spray for just 79p from B&M.

One person suggested: “Clean with white vinegar.”

Another commented: “I was advised by a washing machine engineer to use powder but put it in the drum instead of drawer and white vinegar instead of softener so the drawer in my machine doesn’t get used.”

A third said: “Soak a cloth in white vinegar and squeeze it in the rim. Takes all the black mould away.”

Other suggestions from cleaning enthusiasts include using salt, Dettol, dishwasher tablets, Zoflora and soda crystals.

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