Mrs Hinch fan shares a quick and easy 38p hack to clean your toilet brush

Fans of cleaning influencer Mrs Hinch have shared her simple and effective tricks on Facebook to clean a dirty toilet brush for a bargain price of just 38p

The inexpensive hack can clean your toilet brush
The inexpensive hack can clean your toilet brush

Fans of popular cleaning influencer Mrs Hinch have discovered the ultimate toilet brush cleaning trick – and it’ll only cost you 38p.

The social media star – real name Sophie Hinchliffe – originally found fame by sharing useful tips and tricks on TV and social media.

In the wake of Sophie’s huge success, fans of the cleaning pro have formed social media groups to document their own unique and inexpensive cleaning hacks – and her latest discovery is genius.

On Mrs Hinch’s Cleaning Tips Facebook page, a woman asked for advice on how to clean her toilet brush.

“How do people clean their toilet brush? I end up throwing it out every few months,” Emma Levio wrote:

Ms. Hinch’s fans shared the trick on Facebook


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The cleaning product costs just 38p



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Facebook group users shared their latest cleaning discovery at a bargain price.

According to Ms. Hinch’s fans, using bleach is an effective way to fix a dirty brush problem.

One user shared her experience of letting bleach sit “in the pan overnight” while the brush sits in the solution — and vowed it’s “so quick and easy.”

“I pour bleach down the toilet and then I get the toilet brush and brush the toilet with the bleach water. It cleans the toilet and brush so easily,” added Emma Hashad.

One fan stressed the importance of “always” using bleach when cleaning toilet brushes.

Users cleaned their brushes by soaking them in bleach


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Daniela Delfina said: “You should always use bleach for the job. You can put bleach in the toilet and let the brush soak in there.”

“Yes, I bleach the toilet and also leave the brush in the bleach for a while,” agreed Tracy G Thorp.

Alternatively, another user shared her tips for optimizing cleaning potential as she uses a “mop bucket” to ensure “no stinky germs are left behind”.

Emma Brookes explained, “I use a mop bucket, fill it with bleach and put the whole thing in the bucket too, not just the brush.”

Toilet brushes are extremely effective for cleaning your toilet bowl, but it’s important to keep them clean or bacteria can spread.

Using bleach is therefore an effective way to clean brushes as it is a powerful disinfectant that kills all bacteria.

Bleach can be bought from major supermarket retailer Asda for just 38p.

Alternatively, you can use Zoflora to clean your toilet brush – as suggested by another Mrs Hinch fan.

“I leave Zoflora in and it smells lovely when I use it,” said Anna Mcdonagh.

Danielle White agreed: “I soak mine in Zoflora to disinfect them and keep them smelling fresh.

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