Cleaning: Mrs Hinch fans share ‘brilliant’ tile grout whitener for under £2

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Cleaning: Mrs Hinch fans share ‘brilliant’ tile grout whitener for under £2

Fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have shared their go-to grout whitening products. Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, made a name

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Fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have shared their go-to grout whitening products. Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, made a name for herself after she began sharing her cleaning tips and tricks online and on TV. The cleaning expert is now a best-selling author with over four million followers on Instagram.

Fans of hers have created their own social media groups with thousands of members dedicated to sharing cleaning tips and tricks.

In one such group, one fan asked: “Please can anyone help and tell me how I can get my tiles and grout clean as I’ve tried lots of things and nothing works.

“I cannot afford to retile the kitchen. Thanks.”

The post was flooded with comments and advice from fellow Hinchers, however, one product was hailed as the most effective.

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“I used it on my kitchen, couldn’t believe the difference!”

Another replied: “Grout Reviver, from Amazon, only £3.99 and so much easier than faffing with a grout pen.”

“It really is such a great product,” said another.

They added: “I used a small make up brush and made the tiles look brand new.”

However, it can be found elsewhere for cheaper.

PowerTools2U sells it for just £1.93, and BES.co.uk sells it for £2.41.

While the product was one of the most popular suggestions among Mrs Hinch fans, some fans suggested using a grout pen, Pink Stuff or mould cleaner to whiten the grout.

Some users suggested using neat bleach and an old toothbrush to whiten it.

Others said to paint it white or use a mix of baking soda, bleach and a toothbrush.



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