Mrs Hinch fan shares clever £1 hack for removing hair and dust from your carpet
The UK is in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, and many of us are having to work from home or, at the very least, spend a little more time behind closed doors. If there is one positive that can be drawn from self isolation, it is that it's come at a time that it is traditionally associated with spring cleaning.
Yep, that’s right, the ‘keep calm and carry on’ mentality of British folk will mean the upcoming weeks will still be a time when the marigolds go on, the elbow grease comes out and we all do our best to make our homes sparkle.
Well, you’ll be pleased to know that fans of cleaning star and social media sensation Mrs Hinch, AKA Sophie Hinchliffe, have been active on the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips and one user has shared an amazing hack on how to remove hair and dust from your carpet.
Posting on the group, the woman wrote: “Amazing hack I just have to share with you all! I do this once a week and the build up is shocking.
“I have a dog so for me it gets all the dust and hair the Hoover can’t! Just the usual shower/window screen squeegee- can get from Wilko, Poundland!”
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She then attached a clip of herself dragging a window squeegee across the carpet and pulling up the pet hair that was imbedded into it.
So simple yet clearly so effective, as the after shot of her completely immaculate-looking carpet showcased.
The best part about this woman’s findings is that a squeegee is a very affordable solution, costing just £1.
The ingenious hack went down well with the members of the Facebook group, with over 1.9,000 likes and 587 comments. One person wrote: "I have a white jack Russell and grey carpets. Defo trying this!!!" [sic]
Another added: “I do this. It’s so satisfying!!” While another shared: “I tried this and it really works and left the carpet looking more fluffed up and new looking x Thanku so much for the hack”. [sic]
However, another Mrs Hinch fan put her two cents in with her own hack which seems appropriate for removing pet hair. She commented: “Best thing for this is a dog grooming brush with the wire bristles! They get under the carpet fibres too so pull up all the bits that have ‘sunk’ in too!”
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