‘Looks like new!’ Mrs Hinch fans share 14p food item hack for descaling a kettle

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Fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have shared more of their cleaning tips and hacks on social media. Mrs Hinch, whose full name is Sophie Hinchliffe, became famous after she shared her cleaning tips and recommendations on social media and TV. Impressively, the cleaning enthusiast has managed to gain over 4.2 million followers on Instagram.

Now, fans of hers are sharing their cleaning tips and tricks on social media.

On one such group, Facebook user Lindsey Duff asked: “Hi, can anyone recommend the best way to descale my kettle please?”

The most common suggestion was to use lemons.

Chaya Howarth said: “I boil a whole lemon sliced.

“It always works and comes out looking new.”

Sandra Jackson replied: “Lemon juice, boil kettle and see it disappear.”

Harriet Nethercot wrote: “Fresh lemon.”

Patricia Pickering said: “Cut up a lemon and put it inside and boil water.

“Depending on how bad it is you may have to do it a couple of times.”

Kylie Ní Cheallaigh replied: “A fresh lemon cut in half.”

Maureen Fenwick said: “I use lemon all the time no harsh chemicals.”

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Josephine Moran suggested: “Boil a few sliced lemons in it, give it a good rinse out.”

A four-pack of ASDA Farm Stores Lemons can be bought for 54p which works out at just under 14p per lemon.

Five unwaxed lemons can be bought from Sainsbury’s for £1.50 and from Iceland for £1.

Other suggestions from Mrs Hinch fans included white vinegar, citric acid and Oust.

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Liz Dæ said: “Vinegar, add half a bottle and about a pint of water to the kettle, boil and allow to cool.

“Then boil again, should clear it all away.”

Kerran Bright replied; “I put a bottle of white vinegar into the kettle, bring to the boil (watch it) and then pour it away.

“Rinse the kettle and boil with fresh water…Should have a sparkling kettle.”

Dianne Foster suggested: “White vinegar, pour into where the limescale is, boil leave to cool rinse and repeat if necessary.”

Hanna Lne said: “Citric acid with some water.

“Let the kettle boil then rinse under hot water.”

Charlie Jackson wrote: “I’ve tried vinegar, lemon, kettle descaler over the years but found citric acid the best and quickest.

“Eighty grams tipped into a just boiled kettle and leave for 15 minutes.”

Diane Powell said: “Oust and use a filtered water jug instead of straight from the tap, lasts ages.”

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