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THERE’S nothing better than enjoying a delicious dinner but being faced with a huge pile of washing up is anything but ideal.
And stubborn stains and burnt-on grease on oven dishes can be pretty tricky to remove.
But luckily for you, Mrs Hinch fans have come to the rescue and have shared their quick, simple trick for cleaning grease and grime from oven dishes, without the faff.
Not only is it an ‘easy’ method, but don’t worry, you won’t have to worry about spending loads of money on fancy cleaning products.
Ever since cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, otherwise known as Sophie Hinchliffe, took to Instagram, cleaning tips and tricks have become more and more popular.
There’s even Facebook groups where cleaning fanatics share their hacks for getting their homes spotless.
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And the latest hack focuses on getting your dishes clean without the hassle.
Posting on Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook page, one woman asked for advice on how to clean glass oven dishes.
Facebook user Claire Good shared a photo of a glass oven dish covered in grease marks.
She asked: “What's the best way to clean these?”
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While many shared their useful cleaning tips, the most popular solution was to use a scourer or a Brillo pad.
One person said: “A metal scourer usually does the trick.”
Another added: “Stainless steel scourer, with Cif, if really stubborn.”
A third commented: “Hot soapy water and a stainless steel scourer and scrub it.
"It will come up like new, trust me.”
Meanwhile, someone else noted: “I found the best way to clean this is with a wire scourer and the Pink Stuff.
"I then put [it] in the dishwasher afterwards.”
Another posted: "Brillo pad will get it off easily.”
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If you haven’t got a stainless steel scourer or a Brillo pad in your kitchen cupboards, fear not, as they can be found in most supermarkets or online.
Sainsbury's Stainless Steel Scourers cost £1.40 for three while Wilko sell a pack of six Stainless Steel Scourers for just £1.60, working out at 26p per scourer.
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