Mrs Hinch raves about bargain Wilko buy that gets her loo gleaming with NO scrubbing

MRS Hinch has revealed she loves a bargain Wilko buy which costs just £3.

The cleaning guru, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, took to her Instagram stories where she raved about Dr. Beckmann’s Foaming Toilet Cleaner, which you just chuck in the loo and leave for 10 minutes with no scrubbing.

She said: "I'm slightly obsessed with the foam.”

But this isn't the first time she's given us bathroom cleaning advice.

Historically, she has revealed how she cleans her tiles, towel rail and plug.

And if you want a reminder look below:

Bathroom tiles

Number one is her bathroom tiles… and she MOPS them.

Taking advantage of the fact that her son Ronnie had dozed off, she set about cleaning the tiles admitting she struggled to reach the tops.

She said: “They look clean, but believe you me they’re not. There’s a bit of a build-up on them.

“I struggle to get to the top.”

She revealed she decided to try using her Flash Speedmop following the recommendations of her followers.

Mrs Hinch continued: “I’m tall but I’m not that tall but I've noticed lots of you using your Speedmops to get right up there so I’m going to try it out and I can't wait.”

And using the mop, which has removable wipes attached to it, was a success with the cleanfluencer asking “why have I never done this before.”


A grotty plug hole is always the last place we want to clean, but Mrs Hinch has revealed how to get it sparkling with almost zero effort.

The mum-of-one shared the amazing before and after photos of her mucky plug hole, writing “This here is for all of my followers that get negative comments or even trolled for their 'before pictures.’

“This here is my current plug. But guess what I'm excited to clean it! And that’s all that matters."

The before shot saw Mrs Hinch’s shower drain in serious need of a clean, caked in grime and covered in hair.

To get the plug sparkling she spritzed it with the Astonish Mould & Mildew blaster which can be picked up for just 95p.

Towel rail

Mrs Hinch then used a £14.99 Sonic Scrubber from Amazon to blast away any additional mildew from the drain.

Sophie, 30, next tipped some soda crystals down the drain to clean any extra dirt in the drains before adding a few drops of her favourite Zoflora to leave a fresh scent.

Sharing an after snap she added: “Never feel embarrassed to post or load anything that isn't 'perfect' to start with!

"We would have nothing to clean otherwise! Remember that.

"Lots of love from me and my plugs."

Mrs Hinch's bathroom cabinet:

  • Viakal Spray
  • Flash Bathroom
  • Minky M Cloth Anti-Bacterial Cleaning Pad
  • Astonish Mould and Mildew Cleaner
  • The Pink Stuff
  • Flash Bicarbonate Spray
  • Dettol Disinfectant Spray


She also revealed how to clean her towel rail and proving there's no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to picking a single cleaning product for her bathroom, Mrs Hinch swapped out her cleaners for the Dettol disinfectant spray to wipe over her towel rack.

But she recommended spraying the cloth rather than the towel rack itself to avoid damaging the paint.

If you want a full list of Mrs Hinch's Narnia-esque treasure trove of cleaning products then just look here – we listed them so you don't have to – and there are amazing.

In other cleaning news, Mrs Hinch shared the grime on her hairbrushes after not cleaning them for weeks.

And cleaning fanatics have revealed how they have used mayo to get their houses sparkling.

Plus, a woman gets her windows clean using fabric softener and washing up liquid.

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