Ovens can often get forgotten about when Britons clean their kitchens. They’re notoriously tricky to clean and can often leave a mess on the floor during the cleaning process. But with the threat of a new coronavirus strain, and cleaning becoming more of a priority for Britons, now could be the time to tackle that pesky oven.
Cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch has taken the cleaning, tidying and DIY world by storm.
Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, has garnered almost four million followers on Instagram and often shares tips and tricks with them.
The influencer has become so popular with cleaning fans that social media users have now set up groups dedicated to sharing cleaning tips.
One such group has garnered more than 600,000 members and sees people share hundreds of tips and questions each day.
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One user said: “How does that work please?”
Another asked the same question: “How do you do it?”
Others quickly commented and explained how to use a dishwasher tablet to clean your oven.
One user explained: “I wet the dishwater tablet and scrub it over the oven/ glass with a scourer on top.”
Another user said: “I made a paste with a dishwasher tablet. I had fairy platinum. Rubbed on all parts of oven. Soaked shelves and filters in bath. Tough parts I used wire wool. Rest just a scourer.”
Meanwhile, other users asked whether the oven needed to be warmed first to get the desired effect.
“Leave overnight and you’ll be amazed with the results!”
Other users said they used the same technique for oven glass and the bottom of ovens and grills.
Dishwasher tablets can be purchased for as little as £3.00 from Tesco for 30 tablets.
ASDA sells 30 tablets for just £1.50, and Wilko sells 40 for £3.00.
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