Mrs Hinch shows how she budges tough stains from her dressing table using a £1 Sainsbury’s paste

MRS Hinch has revealed how she removed stubborn stains from her worktop using a £1 cleaning paste from Sainsbury’s.

The cleaning guru, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, took to her Instagram story where she shared her handy tip.


The 30-year-old explained that she was trying to remove the brown stain from her pristine white dressing table, but had no such luck.

She said: “The mark is so tough and is from some seriously strong hairspray and nothing has managed to get it off yet so…

“The Pink Stuff will do it.”

She then uses a dollop of the £1 pink cleaning paste, scrubbing at the stainwith a Minky cleaning cloth.


  • The Pink Stuff, £1, Sainsbury's -buy here

And after a matter of minutes the stain has completely disappeared leaving the dressing table sparkling clean once again.

According to Star Brands, the company behind The Pink Stuff, the cleaner is a "hardworking, cream cleaner is designed to help you remove stains from around the home whilst being gentle on surfaces.

"Ideal for cleaning glass, tiles, paintwork and more, The Pink Stuff cream paste is the perfect all round cleaning product and a must have for those who like to keep their homes sparkling."

And it has become a regular in Mrs Hinch’s cleaning caddy, with the Instagram star relying on it to clean everything from her oven to worktops.

In other cleaning news, mums are using Lenor dryer sheets in their Hoovers so that it smells fresh every time they vacuum.

We shared how Mrs Hinch has made a cute hand sanitiser station as she protects home from coronavirus.

And here are the cleaning products that help stop coronavirus germs that you can buy from shops like B&M and Poundland.

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