Cleaning: Mrs Hinch fans share best way to clean dishcloths and remove ‘unpleasant whiff’


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Cleaning: Mrs Hinch fans share best way to clean dishcloths and remove ‘unpleasant whiff’
Fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have taken to social media to share their tips for cleaning dishcloths. Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, has over 4.1 million followers on Instagram and often shares her cleaning tips and recommendations on TV and social media. Fans of hers have now taken to social media to create their own groups dedicated to cleaning.
Dishcloths are used multiple times a day across the nation for cleaning work tops and washing up.

After a day of cleaning, dishcloths can sometimes have an unpleasant smell.

In a social media group with over 600,000 members, one user asked how to neutralise the smell of dishcloth.

They asked: “After you’ve washed up at night, any tips on stopping the dishcloth smelling like a sewer?

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Another person said: “Soak in a little bleach overnight.”

Another user commented: “Soak in bleach cold water overnight.”

Another said: “Put it in bleach every night and in the day if I’ve been using it.”

Another cleaning fan said: “Soak in hot water in sink, drop of fairy liquid, some bleach for at least an hour.”

“I’ve never had a smelly cloth.”

Another cleaning fan replied: “It’s the bacteria and organic matter making it smell.

“Also, if you leave it lying on the sink wet overnight they can get a damp, stinky smell.

“Soak it in Zoflora or a detergent to kill the germs like people suggest.

“Or sometimes I just change for a new and throw the dirty one in the wash.”

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