Cleaning fanatics share hack for melting grease off kitchen extractor fan grill

Cleaning fanatics have shared an "amazing" 79p hack for 'melting grease off' kitchen extractor fan grills.

Fans of cleaning influencer Mrs Hinch have created their own social media groups dedicated to cleaning and tidying tips.

And they provided a handy cleaning hack as one of the group members asked how to clean their kitchen extractor fan grills.

The user posted: “Saw a post a week or so ago on advice for cleaning extractor fan grills. Any help guys?

“I’m soaking them in hot water at the moment with Fairy liquid but when I’ve done this before they are still quite sticky despite scrubbing them.”

The post got tons responses from Mrs Hinch fans with the majority recommending they use “soda crystals”.

One person advised: “Soak in soda crystals and hot water.”

While another recommended: “Soda crystals. Gets rid of all the sticky oils, it’s amazing stuff.”

A third person added: “Soda crystals. Did mine a couple of months ago and it still looks fab.”

While a fourth wrote: “Soak in soda crystals in really hot water, no scrubbing, just watch the grease literally melt off.”

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Other users simply commented on the post, “soak in soda crystals”.

While another suggested: “Soda crystals, leave them to soak in hot water for an hour.

“Just a quick wipe needed afterwards, gets all the sticky off.”

What's even better is that soda crystals don't break the bank as you can buy 1kg of Dri-Pak Soda Crystals from Ocado for just 79p.

The recommendation comes after Mrs Hinch fans also gave advice on how to clean out dirty tile grout.

Facebook members were quick to provide recommendations, with one of the main ones being Mould Magic.

One wrote: "Mould Magic is fabulous, I treated two fully-tiled bathrooms. It’s like a gel so you squirt it along the grout and leave for a couple of hours then wipe away."

"It works and looks like new. Also, works on coloured grout."

While another added: "Search Mould Magic remover. No bleach or scent in it either – fabulous stuff and super easy."

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