Mrs Hinch fans share 95p trick to banish grim mould from your bathroom walls and it works like a charm | The Sun

CLEANING the bathroom is annoying enough as it is.

But when there's mould on the walls to deal with it's so much worse and can take ages to get rid of if you don't know how.

Mould is common in bathrooms since they are often left damp after steamy showers.

But not only is it not nice to look at, mould can be bad for your health, which is why removing it is an important task.

Luckily, some keen cleaners shared the best way to banish mouldy walls for good.

They shared on the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It the best method to banish bathroom mould, and it'll only cost you 95p.


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This came after one user posted: "Help! What's the best way to get rid of black mould in bathrooms and to help stop it from coming back?

"This comes back every winter, we've had people in to check the roof, guttering, soffit and rendering and can't see anything wrong to be causing leaks or damp.

“We decorated the whole bathroom two years ago and now it is ruined by this!”

Cleaning fans told the Mrs Hinch fan to use "Astonish Mould and Mildew spray and wipe off.”

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Someone else agreed: "Astonish Mould and Mildew spray and wipe but you need to keep on top of it. It will keep coming back so you need to get it dealt with.”

Other users recommended leaving the window open after a shower to make sure the mould doesn't come back.

The bargain product was a winner for another cleaning fan, who wrote: “Definitely Astonish Mould and Mildew. It’s 95p in Wilkos.

“I had the same problem at the weekend. Bought the spray and two tins of paint. Ended up taking the paint back as it just disappeared with no stains when I sprayed the Astonish on it.”

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