Mrs Hinch says you MUST clean your washing machine drawer – as she reveals 'supersonic scrubber’ hack12/24/2020
SOME of us might be counting down the hours until Christmas with a glass of wine in one hand and a mince pie in the other.
But the grind never stops for Mrs Hinch, who has been hard at work giving her washing machine drawer a deep clean.
The 30-year-old, who has over 3.8 million followers on Instagram, shared her method on her stories, revealing a nifty sonic scrubbing brush is her weapon of choice.
Writing to her audience on her story, she said: "Ron's asleep, it's raining outside, let's go.
"Two things I wanted to tick off my Hinch list today: washing machine drawer and dusting."
Donning her trusty yellow rubber gloves for the job, the Instagram star stressed the importance of making sure the washing machine drawer gets a frequent clean.
Mrs Hinch – real name Sophie Hinchcliffe – was seen using a SonicScrubber to clean her washing machine.
The device costs £18.99 and is an electrical cleaning brush with different interchangeable heads used to access all the tricky bits of a washing machine.
The nifty gadget's website claims to clean "25 times faster than manual scrubbing" because the brush heads oscillate more than 10,000 times per minute.
If you can't afford to shell out for a pricey brush, an old toothbrush and some major elbow grease will do the trick.
Cleaning your washing machine is an annoying job but it's worth doing, as it keep the device working properly and kills germs that could be lurking within, which include E.coli and salmonella.
Most manufacturers recommend cleaning the machine once a month.
We recently looked inside Mrs Hinch’s Essex pad which she’s ‘spent £35k’ transforming – including a bespoke £2k bed & luxe £11k kitchen.
And Mrs Hinch showed off a massive Home Bargains Christmas haul & there’s even a couple of Yankee candles chucked in there
Meanwhile, B&M is selling festive Warm Cinnamon Zoflora scent for Christmas 2020 – and fans can’t get enough.
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