‘It has not come back!’ Mrs Hinch fans share £1 hack for removing blue and green mould

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Cleaning star Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, garnered popularity after sharing her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and TV. The cleaning enthusiast has managed to gain over 4.2 million followers on Instagram. Now, fans of hers have created their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and tidying tips.

Facebook Kimmi Bee asked one such group: “Help?! Moved house a month ago and just noticed at the side of my make-up drawers a mark so moved them and greeted by this [mould].

“The drawers have only been sat there four weeks maximum.

“I’ve informed my land lady as I wasn’t sure what the best way is to clean and prevent it.

“I need to make sure it’s gone and stays gone as my partner suffers from asthma.

“I’d rather stay away from harsh chemicals like bleach as the fumes of bleach knock me out. This [wall] is linked to an outside wall and next door.”

Kimmi’s post was inundated with responses from Mrs Hinch fans.

The most popular response was to use Astonish Mould and Mildew spray.

Briege Ní Chatháin said: “Astonish mould & mildew spray.”

Zoe Berry replied: “Astonish mould and mildew spray. It’s only like a £1 but so good!”

Saima Satti wrote: “Astonish mould spray will clean it but I would suggest you buy a dehumidifier and keep in that room and don’t cover that space.

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“I had the same issues in my room too.”

Laura Regan said: “Astonish mould and mildew is amazing!”

Jade Maria suggested: “I used Astonish mould and mildew spray and sugar soap then painted and to be honest it has not come back.

“And that was a couple years ago now.”

Ellie Hampton said: “Unfortunately, the only way to get rid of it permanently is to use a spray like Astonish, it’s really good.”

Diane Thomas replied: “Clean it off with mould spray. Only way to do it.

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“Then get small disposable dehumidifiers. Guarantee they will collect moisture from the atmosphere.”

Astonish Mould & Mildew Blaster in Apple Burst can be found in B&M and Wilko for £1.

Other suggestions from Mrs Hinch fans included using tea tree oil, white vinegar and washing up liquid.

Rachael Watson said: “Tea tree oil. It kills the bacteria and will prevent it from coming back.”

Debbie Candler replied: “Mould and mildew spray and then 100 percent tea tree oil.”

Janice Dearden wrote: “White vinegar and tea tree oil.”

Anne Lloyd said: “Have you tried washing it down with washing up liquid and water?

“Try leaving a dish of salt in the room. Is there any guttering running along the outside wall?”

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