Mrs Hinch is so popular that her fans have created Facebook pages in her honour.
On them, users share the best cleaning tips, including the best products.
In recent weeks, many cleaning enthusiasts have raved about a cheap item that gets rid of mould quickly and easily.
Astonish’s Mould and Mildew Blaster, which is apple-scented, is described by the company as “the UK’s number one mould and mildew remover”, and it is available in all supermarkets.
At £1.25, it works out at just 1p for every eight to nine sprays, and it can be used on all kinds of surfaces, from walls, window frames, glass, plastic shower curtains, bathroom tiles and grout, to silicone sealant, concrete, sinks and plugholes.
Posting on the popular Facebook page Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips, one member complained of a stubborn spot on her bathroom tiles that wouldn’t budge despite her best efforts.
Many other cleaning enthusiasts recommended that they use Astonish’s Mould and Mildew spray to get rid of the stain.
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One Mrs Hinch fan said: “Astonish Mould and Mildew spray. Spray on liberally, leave for a few hours then rinse off wiping with a sponge, brought mine up lovely.”
Another cleaning enthusiast wrote: “Astonish Mould and Mildew Spray is brilliant. I also use a grouting pen to freshen up the look after it’s been cleaned and dried.”
One Hincher advised using the spray with a brush, saying: “Astonish Mould and Mildew is fantastic – get a brush especially for scrubbing group (it more or less looks like an oversized toothbrush).
“Then spray the mould remover and scrub with the brush straight away and keep repeating – and it really works, believe me I know.”
“If need be, you could mix a little bicarbonate of soda with the vinegar to make a mould-busting solution,” Deyan said.
“Be sure to clean all around the edges and underneath the seal as best you can to get rid of the worst of the mould and residue.”
Running a hot wash could also help – most people wash clothes in 30 degrees to save energy, but this “provides optimum breeding ground for mould and mildew to grow”.
Deyan advised “setting your machine to a wash of 60 degrees or higher, and putting white vinegar in the fabric softener tray”.
“Leave your machine to run on this cycle with no clothes inside the drum. This will get rid of any mould and mildew, as well as the tell-tale smell that it leaves,” he added.