‘Worked like a dream’: Mrs Hinch fans share ‘great’ tips to remove toilet seat stains

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Cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, made a name for herself after posting cleaning tips online and on TV. Currently with over 4.1 million Instagram followers, the guru is inspiring others with hacks to clean their homes. Now fans of the cleaning enthusiast have taken to creating their own Facebook groups dedicated to sharing advice similar to the cleaning expert, including how to remove toilet seat stains.

Posting on the Mrs Hinch cleaning tips and tricks Facebook page, one woman asked how to remove stains from their toilet seat.

Facebook user Assifati Lawton posted: “Hi all, please could you help with some tips to remove this stain on my toilet seat?

“I tried bleach but it’s not working.”

One of the most popular responses was to use Pink Stuff paste.

Tracey Eddie commented: “Pink Stuff paste and rub it with a 2p coin. I saw it here and it worked like a dream.”

Heather Ferguson suggested: “Pink paste and a scrub sponge.”

Annmarie Crawley said: “I use pink stuff, works great.”

April Harrison wrote: “Pink Stuff paste with the ruff side of a sponge, worked wonders on mine.”

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Stardrops The Pink Stuff Miracle Cleaning Paste can be found in supermarkets such as Sainsbury’s and ASDA for only £1.

The Pink Stuff Miracle Cleaning Paste can also be bought from The Range for as little as 89p.

Other suggestions from fellow cleaning fanatics included using Cif, toothpaste and bicarbonate of soda mixed together with white vinegar.

Liz Plowman said: “Bleach turned my toilet seat yellow, I now just use Cif and a scourer.”

Vikki Pynen wrote: “Cif with a good scrub gets a lot of stains out of the bathroom.”

Lizzy Mullins said: “Toothpaste guaranteed will shift it.”

Janis replied: “Arm and hammer toothpaste.”

Vanessa Steen suggested: “Bicarb of soda and white vinegar mixed into a paste.”

Christine Lesson said: “Make a paste with bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar, put on and agitate a bit with fingers. 

“Leave as long as possible, then rub with the rough end of a dish sponge. Worked for me.”

Sharon Robson replied: “White vinegar and bicarbonate of soda. 

“Soak a cloth or kitchen roll in it and wrap it around the toilet seat, leave for a while then just give it a wipe down with another wet cloth.”

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