'Holy grail': Mrs Hinch fans share 'easy' way to 'banish' washing machine mould for 39p


Cleaning enthusiasts have taken to social media to share top tips on cleaning washing machine seals. Trapped moisture is the ideal location for mould and bacteria to grow, which often occurs if the machine door isn’t left open once used. Posting on the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook page, Becca Louise wrote: “Please help! My washing machine has started to get mould around the seal and nothing seems to work. If you have any tips please let me know.”

While there are a variety of different ways to help remove washing machine mould, Mrs Hinch fans recommended using white vinegar.

Becky Bennett commented: “I put white vinegar on some kitchen roll and lay it over the mould. Leave it overnight and it’ll banish the mould, my holy grail.”

Zoe Wilmost said: “Use white vinegar, easy job.”

Group member Angie wrote: “I second white vinegar, it’s a miracle cleaner.”

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Astonish Mould and Mildew Remover blasts away tough stains and effectively removes mould and mildew within minutes.

Available for just £1, there is no need to scrub when using the cleaning spray.

Shoppers can pick the product up from various retailers including supermarkets.

Other comments recommended leaving the washing machine door open once it has been used.

This helps the moisture air out without bacteria growing inside the machine.

Sammy Smith said: “Make sure you leave the door open after every wash.”


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