Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, rose to fame on social media several years ago when she started to share cleaning hacks. Now with more than four million followers, the cleaning guru shares more of her day-to-day life and her fans share their own advice on dedicated Facebook pages. Taking to the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook page, Dani Smith shared the “best” glass cleaner along with a photo of the product.
She wrote: “Oh my god this is the best window and glass cleaner I have ever used.
“It leaves no streaks at all, dries so quick and smells so nice.
“I actually am in love with this product and about to go and buy all the range.”
Dani shared a snap of the Lime and Mint Window & Glass Cleaner by Kim Woodburn.
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“They’re all smeary and cloudy, what is the best cloth to use?”
Cleaning enthusiasts shared their top tips in the comments, including using black tea.
Lizzie Mcmillan wrote: “Cold black tea and kitchen roll.”
Julie Cordelia said: “Try black tea and use a tea towel.”
The acid which appears in tea, tannic acid, acts as a cleaning agent to dissolve grease and dirt.
Other Mrs Hinch fans recommended mixing white vinegar with water to stop streaks.