We know her best as the loving wife of Tyson Fury, but proud mum of seven Paris Fury has recently shared a surprising insight into the breadth of her household knowledge as she revealed an affordable cleaning hack to fans.
The proud mum of seven, who recently welcomed baby Prince Rico last month, revealed she had discovered a cheap and cheerful way to remove Sharpie from the kitchen worktops after Tyson accidentally managed to cover them with the famous pen!
Paris revealed all in her new book: How Does She Do it? The Kids, Tyson & Me, when she admitted she had actually discovered how to remove the stains by accident.
“Tyson always has a pile of memorabilia to personally sign at home – his books, his photographs, his boxing gloves – so often walks around clutching a Sharpie pen,” explained Paris.
“The black ink can get everywhere,” she continued before adding: “Especially on the kitchen table and the worktops, and, for a long while, I couldn’t find any detergents that would remove it.”
Despite her best efforts to shift the unwanted mark, the sharpie stain wouldn’t budge, but unwilling to be beaten, Paris opted to embrace her own stubborn streak as she searched high and low for something to remove her husband’s inadvertent handiwork.
After some careful thought, Paris revealed she finally had a solution as she added: “One day there happened to be a hairspray can in the kitchen (don’t ask me why!), so I grabbed it on the off-chance and gave the stubborn Sharpie stain a quick squirt, followed by a wipe-down with a damp cloth.”
To the star’s surprise, the hairspray worked like magic and swiftly removed the stain, leading the busy mum to permanently add a can of hairspray to her cleaning cupboard in order to erase any future mishaps.
Not only does the quick and easy hack help to budge stubborn stains, it’s also surprisingly cost effective too, with many cans of hairspray retailing at as little £1.
As well as Paris’ own ringing endorsement, the thrifty cleaning hack also has the backing of science on it’s side, with several big name cleaning companies, including Persil, explaining how household products could be used to remove the pesky stain.
“Methylated spirits and rubbing alcohol (which can be found at your local DIY store or chemist) are often very useful, but if you’d rather use items you have lying around the house, alcohol-based hairsprays and alcohol-based antibacterial hand soaps (in liquid form) are also good choices,” explained the cleaning brand.
One top tip they did note however, is not to expect an instant result, with the most effective way to shift the stain being to leave the solvent, soap or hairspray on the stain for around 15 minutes before wiping it away.
HOW DOES SHE DO IT? By Paris Fury is available now (Hardback, Hodder & Stoughton)
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