Mrs Hinch shares her £1 radiator cleaning hack to remove dust and rust


Mrs Hinch has shared thousands of cleaning hacks over recent years which has inspired millions to clean their homes. Radiators are often an overlooked place when it comes to cleaning and they should be cleaned regularly for many different reasons. Mrs Hinch has shared how she gets her radiators clean and dirt free.

The product starts from £1 a bottle, and is then diluted in water to create the cleaning product.

It has also been proven to be effective against other common household bacteria including E.coli, Salmonella, Listeria, and viruses such as Influenza-Type A.

Sarah Fozzard, Head of Home Hygiene at Zoflora said: “With research suggesting that viruses can remain infectious on surfaces for a matter of days, using Zoflora to clean and disinfect hard surfaces at home, in places of education and in the workplace is one way to protect yourself and your family.”

Zoflora can also be used around most pets as well as being used to clean outdoor furniture. This can help remove pet smells and odours that would usually last in the home for hours.

Mrs Hinch has previously revealed that Zoflora is her favourite disinfectant and she uses it on many surfaces around her home.

To remove stubborn stains, one Mrs Hinch fan shared how she used The Pink Stuff paste to get rid of her rust stains on the radiator.

It is available to purchase in stores like B&M and Home Bargains.

The product costs usually around £1 but some fans have shared how they have managed to find it for cheaper when on special offer.

The product is very versatile and can be used on stainless steel taps, work surfaces and to clean hobs.

Star Brands, the company behind The Pink Stuff say the cleaner is a: “Hardworking, cream cleaner designed to help you remove stains from around the home whilst being gentle on surfaces.”


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