Posting onto her Instagram stories, Mrs Hinch shared some of her favourite cheap cleaning products and how she uses them.
Snapping The Pink Stuff paste and The Pink Stuff Miracle Multi-Purpose Cleaner along with some gloves and a cleaning cloth, Mrs Hinch captioned the photo: “It’s a pink stuff kinda morning guys…”
Mrs Hinch is well known to use these products, both of which can be picked up for just £1 each in shops like B&M.
It has a thick, paste consistency that can be used on different household items.
Alternatively, you can use any scourer that’s available in your local supermarket.
Although be careful when purchasing this product as if it is too abrasive, it could scratch the inside of the oven.
When scrubbing the oven, Sophie said: “Now that’s satisfying,” as she scrubbed away all of the grime.
Mrs Hinch has previously revealed how she leaves the product on her oven door for a few minutes to allow it to work.
“Last but not least…Converse…Scuffs gone.”
Previously, a woman revealed that she has used the paste to remove rust from her radiator.
It can be used to clean a variety of different items in the house but it does have quite a strong formula so should always be worn with gloves to stop irritation.
Like The Pink Stuff Paste, The Pink Stuff Miracle Multi-Purpose Cleaner can be used on different items but may be easier for some people to use as it comes in a trigger spray bottle.
According to Star Brands, the company behind The Pink Stuff, the cleaner is a: “Hardworking, cream cleaner designed to help you remove stains from around the home whilst being gentle on surfaces.”