SHOWER CURTAINS can be a bit faff.
Not only can they be difficult to clean, but they can also easily grow mold, making them not the most pleasant of things.
But luckily for you, Mrs. Hinch fans have come to the rescue and shared her quick, easy trick to cleaning shower curtains with ease.
Not only is it an “easy” method, but don’t worry, you don’t have to worry about spending lots of money on fancy cleaning products.
In fact, you only have to spend 38p with this clever hack.
Yes, you heard that right…
Since then cleaning feeling Mrs. Hinchalso known as Sophie Hinchliffe, on Instagram, cleaning tips and tricks are becoming increasingly popular.
There are even Facebook groups where cleaning fanatics share their tricks for making their home spotless.
And the latest hack focuses on getting your curtains clean without scrubbing.
A woman posted on Ms Hinch’s cleaning tips Facebook page, asking fellow cleaners for advice on how to clean her “disgusting” shower curtain that was growing mold.
Jenny Brown wrote: “So this looks disgusting, it’s been sprayed with mold and mildew remover and put through the washing machine.
“Is it time for a new curtain in the shower?”
Seeing mold on a shower curtain isn’t pleasant, but it’s likely to happen at some point.
The shower is hot and muggy and that is exactly the climate where mold thrives.
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However, if left untreated, mold can be harmful to your health.
Thankfully, Ms. Hinch’s fans were quick to share her cleaning tips and tricks for removing mold from shower curtains.
And the majority of the answers suggested using bleach to get rid of the mold.
One person said: “Soak in bleach and cold water. Then, if necessary, rinse it through the washing machine. Trust me, it really works!”
Another added: “Soak it in bleach, rinse and let it wash. I do this with mine and they are a treat.”
A third commented: “It’s so easy, all you have to do is soak it in some bleach and then rinse it in the washing machine. I’ve found the spots come out right away.”
So if you’re keen to try this cleaning method and don’t already have a bottle of bleach in your closet, fear not.
Bleach is excellent for killing surface mold and bacteria and can be bought from ASDA in all supermarkets and many high street shops for just 38p.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17976387/mrs-hinch-fans-share-hack-removing-mould-shower-curtain/ Mrs Hinch fans share the 38p hack to remove mold from shower curtains and no frills or scrubbing required