Cleanup: Ms Hinch fans £ 1 hack to remove plughole hair

Ms Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, has grown in popularity after sharing her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and on TV. The cleaning enthusiast has managed to gain over 4.2 million followers on Instagram. Now, her fans have created their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and tidying up tips.

On one of the groups, a user asked how to remove the hair from the plughole.

Kerry Bull asked, “My daughter has a lot of hair.

“The sink in his bathroom takes a while to drain the water and is starting to smell bad.

“Obviously blocked by hair. Suggestions please. The sink unblocker does not work. Thank you.”

Natalie Louise said: “Veet tube in the cap.”

Lynda O’Reilly replied, “I threw the Nair hair removal cream down the drain and my daughter left it for half an hour.

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“I tried it. It works, push down on the cap and let it sit.

“It worked for me then rinsed off.”

Sheila Dalton replied, “Hair removal cream, pour it into the stopper.”

Jenny Mason said: “Hair removal cream in the plughole.”

Dawn Wood replied, “I use an inexpensive hair removal cream, squeeze the entire tube, leave on as long as possible, then rinse.”

Stephenie Kelly said, “Has she tried caustic soda crystals?

“Pour a good amount down the drain and leave it for a few hours, then pour very hot water down the drain.”

Elizabeth Cooke-Quigley replied, “Caustic soda, it will melt everything in the drain and clean it completely.”

Danielle Smith said: “Metal hanger to remove hair then white vinegar and lemon juice to remove odors.”

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