Mrs Hinch – also known as Sophie Hinchcliffe – inspires millions of people to clean their homes. One Mrs Hinch fan has taken to a dedicated cleaning social media page to share how to make bathroom grout look brand new.
Another suggested: “Bleach definitely, it’ll have it white in no time.”
Others explained that using a dedicated mould product is the best way to remove any discolouration.
One Mrs Hinch fan commented: “Use Astonish mould and mildew spray.
“Spray it on and leave it for a few minutes before wiping it with a cloth and then rinsing with water.
They explained: “When it comes to cleaning grout, you need the product to get right into it rather than just sit on the surface.
“Use the Astonish spray but then rub it in vigorously with a toothbrush or scourer. It should come up looking perfectly. Make sure you open the window.”
Sharing to the same Facebook page, one cleaning fan asked for advice on how to remove limescale from taps.
She said: “We have had new taps fitted in our bathroom. They are waterfall taps…how do I clean these and any tips?”
People were quick to rush to the comments to share their bathroom tap cleaning hacks.
One woman wrote: “Viakal is great for taps and plug holes – shines it up great and no watermarks.”
Another agreed and said: “Use Viakal, brilliant stuff.”
Viakal is a cleaning spray which is ideal for removing even the toughest of limescale, soap scum and water marks from your taps and showers.
The spray can be picked up for as little as £1 in most supermarkets as well as B&M.