Mrs Hinch – also known as Sophie Hinchcliffe – regularly shares cleaning tips and tricks with her followers. With her hacks inspiring millions of others to clean their homes, fans of the guru have set up their own Facebook page where they share their own finds.
Viakal is also antibacterial so it will also help to eliminate bacteria.
Another Mrs Hinch fan commented on the post and said: “I did mine today using Elbow Grease spray….mine came up lovely.”
One other said: “I use the Pink Stuff paste…It takes a little bit longer than your average spray but it is totally worth it.”
The Pink Stuff paste is a cleaning paste used to target tough stains.
The company behind the product, Star Brands, said: “Perfect for hard surfaces, tough on stains, penetrates and removes grease and grime leaving shiny clean results using 100 percent natural cleaning particles.
“Whether you’re cleaning tiles, glass, paintwork, outdoor furniture, cookers or sinks, The Pink Stuff range will rid your surfaces of stains with ease.”
The versatile product can be found for as little as 89p in shops like B&M and Home Bargains.
When the product has been rinsed off, the fan explained that she used a special cleaning cloth to buff her glass clean.
The Minky M Cloth for Glass & Window can be picked up for around £3 and is designed specifically to be used on glass.
Minky, the company behind the bright green cloth says: “M Cloth Glass & Window is made from millions of tightly woven high density microfibres, which quickly remove dirt and grease from windows and other glass surfaces.
“It’s generous size makes light work of large surface areas, leaving a crystal clear finish every time.”
Mrs Hinch herself has spoken about the magical product in the past, using it on a range of different items in her home.
While she regularly uses it to keep her kitchen hob clean, she has also shared that she uses it to clean her oven.
Scrubbing the inside of her oven in circular motions, the cleaning guru leaves the product to sit for a couple of minutes to allow it to work.
She then dips her sponge into water before wiping the oven down.
The influencer used Scrub Daddy, which is a textured sponge in the shape of a smiley face which goes soft when it comes into contact with water.