Mrs Hinch fans share 42p hack to remove stubborn stains from mugs – it works every time with NO scrubbing | The Sun

FOR US Brits that love a good cup of tea or coffee, you’ve probably spent some time at your sink attempting to scrub away harsh stains from your favourite mug. 

If you’re not lucky enough to have a dishwasher, or the stains are that stubborn that the dishwasher can’t even get rid of them, we’ve got you covered.


Cleaning enthusiasts have shared a very simple but highly effective 42p hack for removing tea and coffee stains from mugs and cups. 

Not only is this hack cheap and cheerful, but one cleaning fan claimed it "works every time".

Ever since cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, otherwise known as Sophie Hinchliffe, took to Instagram, cleaning tips and tricks have become more and more popular.

There’s even Facebook groups where cleaning fanatics share their hacks for getting their homes spotless.

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And the latest hack focuses on removing the stubborn stains from mugs, without the faff. 

On one such Facebook group, cleaning fan Kay Nixon asked: “Could anyone advise me please on the best product for tea and coffee stains in mugs and teapots… Thank you.”

Luckily for you, Mrs Hinch fans came to the rescue and shared their quick, simple trick for transforming dirty mugs. 

Not only is it an ‘easy’ method, but don’t worry, you won’t have to worry about spending loads of money on fancy cleaning products.

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In fact, with this clever hack, you’ll only need to spend 42p.

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And you probably won’t even need to head out to the shops, as it’s highly likely you‘ll already have this item sitting around in your cupboard. 

There were a variety of different techniques suggested, but the most popular responses suggested using bleach. 

But don’t worry if you don't have any in the house already, as you can pick up bleach from many high-street shops and supermarkets.

Sainsbury’s sell thick citrus bleach for just 50p, Ocado have some for 60p, but the cheapest place you’ll be able to find it is ASDA, for just 42p. 

Many cleaning fans raved about bleach for getting rid of harsh stains. 

One person said: “Bleach in cold water is brilliant, also great for spoons.”

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Another added: “Yes a squirt of bleach and fill mug with cold water. Leave for at least an hour then wash them as normal.”

A third commented: “Cheap bleach and cold water works every time.”

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