‘Best thing ever’: Mrs Hinch fan shares streak-free cleaning tip for mirrors and windows

Queen of Clean shares her tips of cleaning windows

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Windows and mirrors can be hard to keep clean with streaks and smears being a common problem. Sharing on the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook page, one cleaning fanatic shared an easy method to keep windows and mirrors clean.

One post read: “I’ve just had this mirror put up on the wall, I was just wondering what kind of cloths and glass cleaning spray would you use to keep it clean?

“Recommendations needed, thank you!”

The post attracted more than 100 comments from people offering tips, tricks and suitable products.

One person said: “Use the green Minky cloth, 100 percent, best thing ever.”

Another agreed and wrote: “Minky glass cloth, it doesn’t require any chemicals.”

One comment said: “I use the Minky glass cloth, it’s amazing.”

“I’d use a wet green Minky cloth, no chemicals. Just get water piping hot and wipe, it’ll dry smear-free in seconds.”

The Minky M Cloth for Glass & Window can be picked up for as little as £1.79 in stores like B&M and Home Bargains.

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Minky, the company behind the bright green cloth, says: “M Cloth Glass & Window is made from millions of tightly woven high density microfibres, which quickly remove dirt and grease from windows and other glass surfaces.

“It’s generous size makes light work of large surface areas, leaving a crystal clear finish every time.”

The cleaning cloth doesn’t require any product to work and can remove smears with the use of just water.

Other comments shared some product recommendations for the woman to try.

One person said: “I have just purchased the Method glass cleaner, it’s honestly amazing. I won’t be purchasing anything else again, it’s great stuff.”

Another comment said: “The Method glass cleaner is a must for me although I will say it’s a little more pricey than your typical glass cleaner.”

“I use supermarket own-brand glass cleaner and they’ve always worked for me, Waitrose has one for about 80p.”

Posting on the same Facebook page, one woman asked members to share their easiest way to clean shower screens.

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The cleaning fan asked: “What does everyone use to clean their shower screens?

“No matter what I use, it’s making it streaky and making it look all fogged up. I don’t know what to use anymore.”

One comment suggested cleaning the shower screen with Viakal before using a glass cleaner with a buffing cloth to make it shine.

Another agreed and wrote: “I also use Viakal.”

Viakal is a cleaning spray which is ideal for removing even the toughest of limescale, soap scum and water marks from your taps and showers. 

Mrs Hinch herself has often raved about the £1 product, which is sold in most supermarkets. 

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