FANS of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have taken to social media to share her tricks for removing yellow stains from toilet seats.
With the big platinum anniversary celebrations just around the corner, most of us look forward to having guests over – which means one thing – cleaning up the house before everyone arrives.
With bacteria and humid air everywhere, toilets are one of the most uncomfortable areas in almost every home, and almost no toilet seat is without ghastly yellow stains.
Luckily, Ms Hinch fans have shared their top picks for removing it and making your toilet seats sparkle like new again, The Express reported.
Ms Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, 32, has been a long-time favorite among other cleaning enthusiasts with almost 4.5million followers on Instagram.
The star rose to fame with various home hacks a few years ago, and now her fans have even started their own cleaning pages on social media.
In one such group, Mrs Hinch Cleaning tips and tricks on Facebook, a member sought advice: “How do I remove yellowing from my toilet seat?
“It looks so bad and I have no idea how to get rid of it.”
The toilet seat is the area that comes in most contact with people, so keeping it clean and hygienic is important.
Often exposed to urine, which can sometimes fall both on and off the toilet seat, over time it becomes covered with nasty yellow stains and unpleasant odors.
Thankfully, the post was soon filled with suggestions, with most people recommending trying a combination of white vinegar and baking soda to keep toilet seats “like new.”
“My toilet seat was so bad and I used a combination of white vinegar and baking soda to get rid of all the stains,” one person revealed.
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“It worked so cheap and feels like new.”
Sharing her tricks, Janice Collins wrote: “I take half a cup of baking soda with enough white vinegar to form a paste and brush it over the toilet seat, covering both sides.
“Then I leave it on for 20 minutes and use a soft sponge to remove yellow stains.”
Anne Foster agreed, advising: “Make a paste of baking soda and white vinegar to make stains easier to remove.
“Be sure to use warm water so you can remove the yellow stains more easily.”
Before you get to work, however, it’s important to remember to avoid using abrasive materials when cleaning that can scratch your toilet seat.
This is to ensure that whatever is causing your toilet stains doesn’t have more surfaces to spread its yellow color in the future.
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