Mrs Hinch shares brilliant hack to clean a smelly plug hole using a teaspoon

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Mrs Hinch is full of clever tips and tricks for making your home sparkle.

The 'cleanfluencer' and social media star makes sure no corner of the house goes amiss, and has now shared a brilliant method for cleaning inside your kitchen plug hole.

Writing on her Instagram stories to explain to her 4 million followers, the 31 year old wrote: "So following on from yesterday's plug cleaning stories it's very clear that none of us like a smelly plug," alongside a laughing face emoji.

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The Essex-based beauty added: "but if bicarb and vinegar doesn't do the trick it may be worth checking deeper, let me show you this …"

She then took a teaspoon and, wearing rubber gloves, brought it down to the plug hole, and then began slowly unscrewing it with the edge of the utensil.

This was surprisingly easy, and when she was finished the pregnant star lifted the grate on top of the plug up to reveal a layer of grime covering the hole.

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To tackle this Mrs Hinch then covered the grime in her trusty Cif cream before using a her SonicScrubber cleaning tool. She captioned this process, writing: "Not gonna lie… This is my idea of heaven".

When she had finished she then poured some Zoflora into the sink, then screwed the grate back on using the teaspoon. The star captioned it: "The satisfaction is reeeeal". We can't help but agree.

Mrs Hinch also recently showed her fans an amazing hack for making a beautiful Easter decoration.

First she took an old jam jar, then added a cardboard toilet roll insert inside it. After this the then began filling the vessel with Cadbury’s Mini Eggs.

Then, in the centre of the vase (inside the cardboard) she added lots of fake daffodils, which look perfect for spring.

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The star then tied some brown parcel string around the jar to complete the look.

Sophie captioned the post, explaining: "Hoping this has worked.

"Never uploaded a reel before guys so just temporarily testing this out if I’m honest went with my mini egg jar! Why not! Xx (ps ive had to refill the jar twice already ) #mrshinch #hinching #easter ".

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