Ms. Hinch Fan Shares ‘Amazing’ Mattress Stain Remover – ‘Amazing’
Ms Hinch – real name Sophie Hinchliffe – rose to fame when she started sharing cleaning tips and tricks online. With now over four million subscribers, fans of the sensation often share their own finds on dedicated Facebook pages, including advice on mattress stains.
Kirsty Morgan wrote: “I used elbow grease, it’s pretty.”
Elbow Grease All Purpose Degreaser is formulated to remove grease and oil in all situations.
It’s great for removing grease stains and fabric stains and can be picked up for as little as Â£ 1.
Jessica Pow wrote: “I used Flash Baking Soda Spray to clean mine, it worked fine.”
â€œI also used the Flash Bicarb spray. When dry, sprinkle baking soda all over. Leave that on for as long as you can, then vacuum, amazing stuff, â€commented Ffion Bloomfield.
Flash Bicarbonate of Soda Spray, which costs around Â£ 2, helps remove up to 100% of dirt, grease and grime.
It can be used on different surfaces around the house and can be picked up from supermarkets.
Other members of the group recommended rubbing the spray with a damp cloth.
It’s also worth vacuuming the mattress while cleaning the stains, to help remove debris and hair.
Kaylee Caberrera said, â€œBaking soda and vinegar. This is what I used to clean my son’s mattress and it looked brand new afterwards.
“Lots and lots of scrubbers, have used the carpet cleaning attachment on it as well.”
Another common response was the use of salt to help remove the stain.
Aimee Walker wrote: â€œPour a little salt on the stain and scrub it with cold water, rubbing gently as you goâ€¦ it’s a treat.
A fan of Ms. Hinch recommended mixing salt and water to make a paste before applying it to the stain.