Mrs Hinch rose to fame after she started posting cleaning hacks to her Instagram feed. With many people inspired by Mrs Hinch to deep clean their homes to keep them germ-free, here are her top favourite products she uses to give your home the ultimate deep Spring clean.
Mrs Hinch uses an array of different products to keep her Essex home clean.
Cif Cream with Micro Crystals
Sophie uses this product to clean her hob as well as The Pink Stuff paste.
The Cif Cream with Micro Crystals claims to remove 100 percent of dirt to reveal beautifully clean surfaces.
The cleanser is also less harmful to the environment as the Microparticles that the cleaning product contains, are sourced from naturally occurring minerals that are not linked to the plastic microbes that hair the potential to contribute to micro plastic marine litter.
Cleaning tips: Mrs Hinch’s favourite cleaning products for the ultimate Spring clean
Zoflora is one of Mrs Hinch’s favourite disinfectants which leaves a lasting fragrant smell
This cream cleaner is used for a deeper clean of the hob, other versions are available for a lighter clean.
Sophie uses the original scent and pours it onto her hob and allows it to sit for a few minutes to let the product work.
She will then remove the product with a microfibre cloth to make sure that it leaves no scratches on her hob.
The product can be bought from Tesco, B&M and Home Bargains and it costs around £1.
All of Mrs Hinch’s favourite products tend to be cheap in value but Sophie says that they work just as well as expensive products and if not better.
Zoflora is a disinfectant that has become popular since Mrs Hinch revealed it was one of her favourite products.
It is a concentrated disinfectant that you dilute with water to create the perfect cleaning spray for your home.
The best mix is one part Zoflora to 40 parts water.
This all-purpose spray can be used on many different surfaces and it aims to remove grease and oil
It kills 99.9 percent of bacteria on surfaces and is also safe to spray on most pet beds.
It has a lasting fragrant smell and Mrs Hinch uses it to disinfectant kitchen cupboard doors as well as her kitchen sink.
Zoflora says that regularly disinfecting desks, keyboards, light switches, doors, handles, letterboxes, as well as kitchen and bathroom surfaces will reduce the multiplying of bacteria and viruses in areas which come into contact with various people during the day.
The disinfectant can be purchased at stores like B&M but supermarkets are also starting to stock it and its priced at around £1.
Pink Stuff Paste is loved by Mrs Hinch and her cleaning fans and can be used to clean hobs and ovens
The Pink Stuff
The Pink Stuff paste is a cleaning product that Mrs Hinch and many of her fans rave about on social media.
It has a thick consistency that Hinch fans have claimed to remove years of dirt from things like saucepans and ovens.
The product is very versatile and can be used on stainless steel taps, work surfaces and Mrs Hinch uses it to clean her electric hob.
She works the product into her hob before leaving it to sit for a few minutes before wiping it off with a cloth.
The Pink Stuff paste can be picked up for as little as 89p and can also be used on household items like stainless steel taps, stainless steel sinks and one fan even used it to scrub rust from her radiator.
Mrs Hinch uses The Pink Stuff paste and Cif Cream to clean her electric hob
Elvis Elbow De-Greaser
Another one of Mrs Hinch’s favourite products and another that retails for just £1.
Known as the Elvis Elbow De-Greaser, it is a solvent free all-purpose cleaning spray in a trigger spray bottle.
Tesco said: “Elbow Grease is formulated to remove grease and oil in all situations.
“It is ideal for removing grease spots from fabrics and porous materials, for removing grease from the kitchen surfaces and for cleaning oily surfaces such as engines and machinery.”
Mrs Hinch has recently shared how she used this product to clean her window panes and revealed how clean they were after using the all-purpose cleaning spray just once.
You don’t need to spend a lot on cleaning products as Mrs Hinch demonstrates how cheap products can work just as well.