Mrs Hinch reveals her amazing £7 hack for cleaning mirrors

Mrs Hinch is back at it again with yet another cleaning hack to help you make your home look as pristine as hers.

The social media influencer has amassed a huge following of around three million Instagram followers online for her cheap and easy cleaning hacks, and this time Mrs Hinch is armed with Autoglym Fast Glass to shift the dirt and grime from her mirrors.

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Primarily, the product is intended to be used on cars and is described on the bottle saying it “cleans all automotive glass, acrylic, perspex and plastic windows.”

Autoglym says of the product: “Fast Glass is a highly effective cleaner, free of abrasives, waxes and silicones which leaves no residues but a crystal clear finish.

“This cleaner is perfect for use inside and out and cuts through dirt easily removing road grime, insect remains, tree sap, oil, grease and bird droppings.”

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In a short video Mrs Hinch writes “Let’s see what all the fuss is about” before the video shows her spraying it onto the mirrors.

She is then seen buffing the mirrored glass with a cloth revealing a sparkling clean surface below.

The mother then later proceeded to comment on her story: “So it’s actually for cars but I’m impressed! Never used this before, it’s amazing!

However, the influencer later commented it wasn't the most affordable product, with it costing around £7 per bottle.

“Not cheap though! Around £7 a bottle! But I would say it’s worth it!”

The product is described by its manufacturer as being "free of abrasives, waxes, silicones" and "leaves no residues."

Not only can it help clean your mirror but it can also be used to keep the glass, mirrors, plastics and paintwork on your car glistening.

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, also recently shared a cheap £3.99 hack which saw her shift a purple stain from her carpet.

The cleaning guru was gutted after a purple highlighter has leaked onto her fluffy carpet leaving an unsightly mark.

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She said: “I could actually cry. I was filming on my stories and this has happened somehow. I’ve obviously sat on it or something. Never mind.”

However, Mrs Hinch managed to nullify the stain by using one of her favourite products the Dab It Off stain remover roll on which costs just £3.99.

The stain disappeared making it another successful tip from the cleaning expert.

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