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Mrs Hinch is a cleaning influencer with over four million Instagram followers. She rose to fame by posting tidying and cleaning tips and tricks on social media.

Now, fans of Mrs Hinch have created their own social media pages in her honour.

On one such Facebook page, over 100,000 members share cleaning advice with one another.

Today, one person wanted to know how to get rid of the mould on the seal of their washing machine.

Sometimes, mould can easily collect on the seal due to dirt and water residues.

The Mrs Hinch fan wrote: “Can anyone help please. The seal on my washing machine has got all mould on it.

“I’ve tried everything to remove it but it seems like it’s engrained on there.

“Has anyone got any tips or do you know if I can get a brand now seal? Thank you.”

Fortunately, other members of the page had a plethora of tips to offer.

One of the main recommendations was to buy a brilliant, cheap product which is sold in all major supermarkets.

Costing £3.50 from Tesco, Morrisons, and Sainsbury’s, Dettol Mould & Mildew Remover “works a treat”, according to many cleaning enthusiasts.

One person said: “I did my son’s with this, sprayed it on then left for 30 mins then put washer on a 90 wash empty. Worked a treat.”

Another person commented: “Soak kitchen roll with Dettol Mould & Mildew Remover, put them all around the seal and leave overnight. Remove and run machine on a hot empty cycle.”

One cleaning enthusiast posted a picture of the Dettol product accompanied with the caption: “This will remove it. It’s fabulous. Spray it on and leave as long as you can. Wipe after.”

Some Mrs Hinch fans recommended other products and other methods, some of them natural.

One person advised using Astonish Mould & Mildew Remover.

Another cleaning fan wrote: “Soda crystals on a very hot wash then use them two or three times a week in your normal wash cleans machine and helps with stains.”

One person said: “Soak kitchen roll with mouthwash and push in all around the seal. Leave for a while then remove and wipe clean.”

Another Mrs Hinch fan added: “Throw two dishwasher tablets in the drum and wash on high.”

One person recommended replacing the seal altogether.

They said: “Easier to replace the seal as you’ll not get it removed, only lighten the colour of mould.”

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