‘Worth every penny’: Mrs Hinch fans share ‘amazing’ tips to unblock sinks

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Cleaning sensation Sophie Hinchliffe, otherwise known as Mrs Hinch, gained popularity after sharing her cleaning recommendations and tips on social media and TV. The cleaning star has managed to gain over 4.1 million followers on Instagram. Fans of hers have now followed in her footsteps and created their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and tidying tips, one of which includes hacks for unblocking sinks.

Posting on the Mrs Hinch cleaning tips and tricks Facebook page, one woman asked how to unblock her sink.

Facebook user Kerry Hirst posted: “Anything good for unblocking sinks?

“I tried baking soda, tried salt and tried Coke.”

The post received over a hundred comments but the most popular one was to use Mr Muscle Drain Unblocker. 

Helen Thompson Leyland said: “Definitely Mr Muscle, we’ve just recently used it for our sink in the bathroom, then we used boiling hot water. Worked a treat and worth every penny.”

Audrey Harrigan commented: “Mr Muscle works every time for me with hot water to flush through.”

Evelyn Murphy said: “Mr Muscle drain unblocked, worked for ours.” 

Tanya Hurley wrote: “Mr Muscle sink unblocker in home bargains. Leave overnight, works a treat.”

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Mr Muscle Drain Unblocker can be found at Sainsbury’s for £3.

Other suggestions from fellow cleaning enthusiasts included using soda crystals, dishwasher tablets and a plunger.

Dani Lear said: “Soda crystals are amazing. I use them all the time.”

Vicki Price commented: “Soda crystals and hot water always works for me.”

Kate Kitchingman said: “Should use soda crystals for 15 minutes then pour boiling water in.”

Macy Banner suggested: “If it’s blocked with grease, then put a dishwasher tablet over the hole and slowly run boiling water over it.”

Sue Stock wrote: “Dishwasher tablet and boiling water.”

Linda Stiles suggested: “Plunger is best, always works.”

Jean Brittles said: “Cover the overflow and plunge.”

Breige O Kane commented: “Plunger and check outside drain is not blocked.”

Debbie Bateman wrote: “I recently bought myself a plunger from home bargains and it definitely saves having to use an unblocker every so often.”

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