There is nothing worse than having a gorgeous kitchen but tiles covered in grease and dirt.
So if you’ve just spent money installing a brand new kitchen and want to keep the tiles clean, or you have friends over and want them to notice how good your home smells, you’ve come to the right place.
Kitchen tiles can get dirty very easily and can be a hassle to clean.
But fear not, cleaning enthusiasts have shared a very simple yet highly effective 37p hack to make your kitchen tiles shine in seconds.
Not only is this hack cheap and cheerful, but thanks to a clever product, you don’t have to spend hours scrubbing.
Since cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, also known as Sophie Hinchliffe, has been on Instagram, cleaning tips and tricks have become increasingly popular.
There are even Facebook groups where cleaning fanatics share their hacks to make their home spotless.
And the latest hack focuses on removing stubborn stains from kitchen tiles without much effort.
In one of those Facebook groups, cleaning fan Jill Clode wrote, “What’s the best way to clean these tiles without leaving smears?”
Lucky for you, Mrs. Hinch fans came to the rescue and shared her quick, easy trick to transform dirty tiles.
Not only is it an “easy” method, but don’t worry, you don’t have to worry about spending lots of money on fancy cleaning products.
In fact, you only have to spend 37p with this clever hack.
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Various techniques have been suggested, but the most popular answers suggested using glass cleaner.
Typically used to make your windows and shower walls shine, glass cleaner is also great for kitchen tiles, according to Ms. Hinch fans.
So if yours look like they’ve seen better days, this is definitely worth a try.
One person said, “Glass cleaner works wonders, cheap and fast.”
Another added: “Use glass cleaner.”
A third commented: “Glass cleaner, no streaks.”
One cleaning fan recommended using a supermarket brand glass cleaner, available for just 37p.
So if you don’t already have glass cleaner in your closet, head to any local supermarket and you’ll be able to find some without breaking the bank.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5623689/mrs-hinch-simple-37p-hack-kitchen-tiles-sparkling-seconds/ Mrs Hinch fans are raving about a simple 37p hack to make dingy kitchen tiles shine in seconds