Taking to social media to share her cheap cleaning tip, Sophie explained how she uses this particular product to clean her oven.
Ovens are often an overlooked place when it comes to cleaning with even Mrs Hinch revealing that she doesn’t clean it as often as it should be cleaned.
She starts firstly by taking out her oven liner which she says she washes in the sink.
Next, she will remove the oven racks which she washes separately and many Mrs Hinch fans have found their own cleaning hacks when it comes to oven racks.
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You can pick the sponge up from The Range for £2.24.
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.
The Pink Stuff paste is one of her favourite cleaning products and it can be picked up for as little as £1.
It is available to purchase in stores like B&M and Home Bargains.
While Sophie uses it to clean her oven, it can be used on many different household items.
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.”
The company has since bought out different varieties of The Pink Stuff which can also be used when cleaning the oven.
They include a multi-purpose cleaner which can be used on work surfaces and a miracle cream cleaner too.
These products can also be purchased at stores like B&M and Home Bargains.
One Mrs Hinch fan posted on Facebook how she removed burnt food and dirt off of her oven racks.
Posting on the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips, the woman revealed how she cleaned her oven racks in the bath using dishwasher tablets.
She wrote: “Firstly wrap your racks in tin foil. Place in the bath with two dishwasher tablets and cover in hot water. Leave overnight.”