Cleaning: Ms Hinch fans share an 89p hack to clean toilet seat stains
Ms Hinch is a cleaning influencer with over four million followers on Instagram. She rose to fame after sharing her best cleaning tips and tricks with others.
Ms Hinch is so popular that she has encouraged other cleaning enthusiasts to create Facebook groups where they share tips with each other.
In one such group, with over 600,000 members, a woman wanted to know how to clean a toilet seat.
The post was flooded with comments within minutes, with many other cleaning fans offering plenty of advice.
Ellen Alker wrote: “Hello everyone, what’s the best way to remove yellow stains from toilet seats?”
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Susan Metcalfe also advised removing the seat – and buying a new one.
Billy Neil warned: “Don’t bleach and close the lid. That’s what’s causing the problem.”
Karen Hood advised a more natural method. She said, “Barkeeper’s Friend cream and a scrubbing sponge.”
Teresa Webb said: “Tried everything too after my toilet seat got yellow stains, the only thing that removed most of it was the magic eraser, which worked brilliantly.”
Katie Cargill wrote: “I used Home Bargains cheap sterilizing liquid (like Milton) but it’s only 89p and scrubbed it in with a toothbrush – it really lifts the stain.”
Jane Southam said: “Take it off and put it in the bath with a dishwasher tablet.”
Glenis Burgess Was Howes advice was a bit different. She wrote: “Shaving foam.”
Emma Murthwaite’s method was a classic mix that can be used for a variety of cleaning tasks. She wrote: “White vinegar and baking soda.