Cleaning: Mrs Hinch fans share 27p hack for removing tea stains from mugs and cups


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Cleaning: Mrs Hinch fans share 27p hack for removing tea stains from mugs and cups
Fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have shared how to remove tea and coffee stains from mugs and cups on social media. Mrs Hinch, whose full name is Sophie Hinchliffe, has garnered an impressive 4.1 million followers on Instagram because of her cleaning advice and product recommendations. Her fans have become so enamoured by her expertise that they have since created their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning tips and tricks.
Another person said: “I pour table salt in and use a cloth to rub it around…gets it off easily.”

Another cleaning fan said: “Rub salt mixed with a dot of washing up liquid around the stains and then wash with a scrub pad after 10 minutes.”

“Yes salt, it works every time,” said another.

Other suggestions included using Steradent denture tablets, bleach, a magic eraser and Milton sterilising tablets.

One user said using bleach left the cup smelling unpleasant.

They suggested using clothes stain remover to get rid of the tea stains.

The user said: “I used one teaspoon of Oxi stain remover for clothes in hot water, leave to soak for half an hour, wash as normal and rinse.

“Or astonish cup cleaner. These don’t leave any taint.

“I used to soak in bleach but no matter how many times I washed and rinsed I could still smell it.”

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