Cleaning fan shares hack to make your patio look new using common kitchen condiment – and you won’t believe the resultApril 2, 2022
EXPOSED to harsh conditions and elements every day, patios can look a bit more uninviting at this time of the year.
But that doesn't mean you have to splurge out thousands to repair them, as savvy fans of Mrs Hinch have taken it to social media to share an ''amazing'' hack.
Cleaning whizz Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, has long been a favourite amongst fellow enthusiasts.
After gaining popularity with her DIY tidying hacks and now also gardening tricks, Mrs Hinch has amassed an impressive fanbase of more than a whopping 4.4 million followers on her Instagram page.
Inspired, the fanatics of the cleaning star have now also created their own social media groups dedicated to tidying tips.
In one such group, Mrs Hinch Cleaning tips and tricks, one member sought advice on how to remove rust stains from her porcelain patio, reported Express.
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''Silly mistake, brand new porcelain patio tiles are rust stained from garden furniture,'' explained the author of the post, Manjeet Stone.
''Any handy hints to remove? I’ve scrubbed with Fairy Liquid but it’s not budging,'' she complained.
For those with with stained, dirty and algae-covered patios, fans of cleaning sensation shared a simple method that's not only effective but also costs next to nothing.
Manjeet's post saw many comments and suggestions, but the most popular one involved using a common kitchen condiment – ketchup.
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Kate Berry, a member of the group, claimed: ''had this on mine and tomato ketchup got rid of it right away.''
A second comment by Holly Nolan only approved this: ''Tomato ketchup works fab for rust. It’ll take it straight off.''
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''All you need to do is rub the sauce into the patio tiles and the dirt should wipe away,'' advised Michelle Wilson, who said she was ''amazed by the results''.
''Tomato ketchup and a scrubbing hand brush. They look the same as what I have in my garden,'' another fan of the condiment swore.
Amongst those sharing recommendations, there were also a few Mrs Hinch's enthusiasts who explained that one should also use tin foil alongside tomato ketchup.
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''If you use tomato ketchup, scrub it with wet tin foil as it is great for rust stains,'' explained Natasha Jewels.
For those keen to try this hack out for themselves, ketchup can be purchased from Sainsbury’s for as little as 44p.
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