Ms. Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, gained popularity after sharing her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and television. The cleaning enthusiast has managed to gain over 4.2 million followers on Instagram. Now their fans have started their own social media groups devoted to cleaning and tidying up tips.
Facebook user Catherine Robinson asked Mrs. Hinch’s fans: “Hello, our bathroom sink is draining really slowly.
“Any suggestions on how to try to unblock the block before calling a plumber? Thank you.”
Catherine’s post was inundated with over 130 comments from other social media users.
The most popular reaction was the use of sodium bicarbonate and white vinegar.
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Diana Emmings agreed and wrote, “Equal amounts of white vinegar and baking soda.
“Let it rest for 15 minutes and then pour a kettle with boiling water into the stopper hole. Much luck!”
Wilko Original White Vinegar Spray can be purchased for £ 1.50.
Sainsbury’s Distilled Vinegar can be bought for 60p.
For those who want a bigger bottle, Amazon sells a pack of four five-liter bottles of Golden Swan White Vinegar for £ 13.99.
Savers sells Clean + Natural Bicarbonate Of Soda for £ 1.
Wilko Original Bicarbonate of Soda can be purchased for £ 1.75.
Other suggestions from Mrs Hinch fans were the use of Mr Muscle Drain Unblocker, bleach, and soda crystals.
Rachel Forcella suggested, “Mr. Muscle Drain Unblocker. “
Gill Harding replied, “Mr. Muscle Drain Unblocker from Asda, Tesco. Used it in the shower this morning. Only takes 15 minutes. “
Josie Rose said, “A good bleach. And maybe a long piece of wire. A good plumber. “
Elaine Jones wrote, “Soda Crystals and Hot Water.”