Cleaning star Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, rose to fame on social media with more than 4.1 million followers. Her ingenious cleaning hacks have helped thousands of people discover clever techniques.
Now, fans of hers have formed their own social media groups dedicated to sharing a wide range of cleaning tips.
One group member sought advice on how to remove water ring marks from her electric ceramic cooker, having tried various methods.
Responding to the post, one person said: “I just use water on a fish scale cloth, then use a dry one.”
A second suggested: “Pink Stuff and a scourer, then white vinegar to shine it up – comes up brand new.”
One online user said: “Always wipe the bottom of your pots before you put them on the hob.”
Another group member suggested using Astonish Hob Cleaner.
Astonish Hob Cleaner can be purchased from Morrisons for £1.50.
Recommending the same product, one person advised after using the solution to leave it to “dry and buff.”
One person suggested using Astonish Cookware Cleaner.
Agreeing that the product had proven effective, another online user said: “The best thing I have used.”
Another person recommended using Hob Brite, before using a glass scraper to tackle the stains, adding: “I’ve been using both since I first had a ceramic cooker, which is over 25 years ago.”
Hob Brite Hob Cleaner is sold at Asda for £1.46.
One person offered: “Use Cif and let it sit for five minutes, then use a sponge with a rough side – removes it a treat.”
Another group member suggested researching which cleaning pans were most suited to a ceramic electric cooker to prevent them from leaving a stain.
One online user recommended using a glass and ceramic hob scraper, adding: “Does a good job.”
Describing their technique, one online user suggested using Pink Stuff paste, before rubbing it in small circles on the surface of the cooker.