Mrs Hinch fans share ‘perfect’ way to remove grease from ovens – ‘takes it straight off’

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Cleaning sensation 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.

On one of the groups, which has 1.2 million members, Facebook user Lisa Byrne asked Mrs Hinch fans how to remove grease stains from the bottom of her oven.

She asked: “Christmas holiday cooking has left the enamel bottom of my oven like this and it won’t come off with soapy water. Any tips?”

Lisa shared a photo of the bottom of the oven which was caked in dried food and grease.

Lisa’s post was inundated with responses but the most common suggestion was to use Oven Pride.

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Terry Todd said: “Oven Pride but be careful.”

Laura Hall wrote: “Oven Pride.”

Sandra Hercher said: “Oven Pride will take that straight off.”

Rachel Murray agreed and wrote: “Yes, did mine yesterday, poured some on it for a few hours and then scrubbed – it was perfect.”

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Dawn Baxendale said: “Oven Pride but you need to wear gloves because it’s a strong liquid or safer Pink Stuff cream in a tub.”

Oven Pride Cleaning System can be purchased from Tesco for £3 and from Morrisons for £4.

Other similar products are also available to buy.

Mrs Hinch fans also recommended a plethora of other suggestions including using a oven liners on the bottom of the oven, a glass scraper and white vinegar.

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Lucy Byrne said: “Glass hob scraper will get it off in seconds.”

Gill Hollands wrote: “In future, cover an old grill pan or baking tray in good quality foil.

“Line the baking tray and slide it in the bottom of the oven.

“Change every couple of weeks depending on how often you use the oven… no more spillage and easy clean.”

Jamie Leigh said: “Home Bargains sell oven liner sheets.

“After it’s cleaned, use one of them they’re brill.”

Yvonne Edwards wrote: “A glass scraper will get that off lovely.”

Christine Davies said: “White vinegar and bicarbonate of soda it will move it in seconds.”

Zoe Baker suggested: “Elbow Grease spray or Pink Stuff.”

Lisa Hart wrote: “Pink Stuff spray and tinfoil.”

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