‘I swear by it’: Mrs Hinch fans share ‘easy’ 50p hack to remove yellow pillow stains

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Mrs Hinch fans often share cleaning hacks on dedicated social media pages, including tips on how to get rid of yellow pillow stains. Posting on the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook page, Cliffy Kay wrote: “My pillows have gone a yellowy colour. What do I do to get them white again? They are only two years old and I paid quite a lot for them.”

Pillows often turn yellow because of sweat which seeps through the pillowcase.

Other reasons include falling asleep with wet hair, wearing lotions on the face as well as general moisture.

This often occurs more during the summer months when the weather is warm.

Sharing advice in the comments, fans recommended soaking the pillows to try and remove the stains.

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April Wilson added: “Put a clean tennis ball in with the pillows, it stops them misshaping.”

Aimee Madly said: “Wash in the washing machine with some white vinegar, it’s great.

“Throw a clean tennis ball into the wash as it helps stop the pillow going into a weird shape.”

Alison Huet recommended washing pillows with white vinegar.

She said her pillows came out looking “brand new”.

White vinegar is one of the best natural stain removers that many households already have.

The acetic acid in the vinegar is mild, so it removes stains without ruining any clothing or bedding.



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