Mrs Hinch fans rave about 3p item that dissolves 'stubborn' limescale from toilets 'like magic' with no bleach involved | The Sun

Mrs Hinch fans rave about 3p item that dissolves 'stubborn' limescale from toilets 'like magic' with no bleach involved | The Sun


IF you have tried cleaning your toilet but are fed up with scrubbing away at harsh limescale that just won’t budge, you’ve come to the right place.

Limescale is the hard chalky substance that builds up around the home in bathrooms and kitchens. 

The substance quickly accumulates around toilet bowls, taps and baths and is one of the most problematic things to clean.

However, fear not, as Mrs Hinch fans have come to the rescue. 

Ever since cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, otherwise known as Sophie Hinchliffe, took to Instagram, cleaning tips and tricks have become more and more popular.

There’s even Facebook groups where cleaning fanatics share their hacks for getting their homes spotless.

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The latest tip focuses on getting your toilet sparkling, with no scrubbing or faff involved. 

Posted on Mrs Hinch Facebook cleaning page, one woman asked for advice on how to remove what appeared to be limescale from her toilet.

Catia Lagoa said: “I bet someone already asked this question a few times, but how can I get rid of this in the bottom of my toilet?

“I already used bleach overnight and coke and they didn't work. 

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“It always looks dirty. 

“I don’t know if it's limescale or something?”

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Luckily for you, Catia’s post was inundated with comments from cleaning fans coming to the rescue with their quick, simple trick for transforming a grubby toilet.

The post received over 130 comments from fellow cleaning fanatics eager to share their top tips and the most popular responses suggested using a dishwasher tablet.

One user said: “Drop a dishwasher tablet in the toilet and leave overnight. 

“My toilet was completely covered in thick and stubborn limescale and it cleared it up.”

Another advised: “Use a dishwasher tablet. 

“It worked like magic on my toilet and barely costs compared to other cleaning products.”

Someone else explained: “My son and daughter-in-law both get the same in their houses and they both use dishwasher tablets down the toilet overnight and they say it works so well.”

One other suggested: “Dishwasher tablets are the best thing you can use to remove limescale from toilets as it dissolves it all.”

Meanwhile, another added: “Try a dishwasher tablet. 

“It works better than bleach and it won’t damage your toilet or drain.”

Many of us are used to putting dishwasher tablets in our dishwashers – but they are designed to dissolve hard water stains, so they’re the perfect solution for cleaning toilets too.

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If you haven’t got some in your cupboards already, dishwasher tablets can be purchased from all local supermarkets, but they are particularly cheap at Wilko. 

The tablets retail at Wilko for just £1 for a pack of 30 – working out as just over 3p per tablet.

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