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Michelle Tamplin, from the UK, shared the post in a cleaning group called Hinch Army Cleaning tips, and people loved the tips they shared. On the photo - her oven shelves for cleaning

The woman reveals a smart hack for cleaning greasy casserole dishes with ONLY drying sheets and hot water

  • Michelle Tamplin, shared post in cleaning group Hinch Army Cleaning tips
  • Other people try the cleaning hack on Facebook and share results
  • Cleaning fans also share other tips, including foil and washing tablets
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A woman on a cleaning Facebook group has shared a smart trick that shows how to clean shelves with tumble dryers.

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Michelle Tamplin, from the UK, shared the mail in a called cleaning group Cleaning tips from Hinch Army and people loved the hack.

The cleaning fan said she had heard of the hack so thought she would try – much to the delight of her husband when she began to pile the planks in the tub.

She revealed that the hack involves filling your bath with hot water and adding tumble driers. After soaking, use the sheets to remove the last dirt.

Cleaning fans in the group loved her hack, while others shared the hack on another Facebook group, named Mrs. Hinch Made Me Do It.

Michelle Tamplin, from the UK, shared the post in a cleaning group called Hinch Army Cleaning tips, and people loved the tips they shared. On the photo - her oven shelves for cleaning

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Michelle Tamplin, from the UK, shared the post in a cleaning group called Hinch Army Cleaning tips, and people loved the tips they shared. On the photo – her oven shelves for cleaning

The end result - the boards are soaked and you use the sheets to remove the last pieces of dirt

The end result - the boards are soaked and you use the sheets to remove the last pieces of dirt

The end result – the boards are soaked and you use the sheets to remove the last pieces of dirt

In the Facebook Hinch Army Cleaning Tips group, Michelle wrote: & # 39; I thought I would try this after a few glasses of wine last night. My husband wondered why I emptied our oven and took it to the bath. I thought I'd gone crazy.

& # 39; Then I threw in a few tumble dryers with some warm water. On to bed I go ……. & # 39;

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However, she had a warning for the other group members and revealed that she probably should have informed the rest of the family about this.

& # 39; A few hours later, our oldest comes home after a night out and he takes a shower. Yes, you can see what is coming. He gets into the shower and then shouts with his voice there is something in the shower. & # 39;

Michelle Tamplin, from the UK, shared a photo of who she was cleaning her oven shelves in a cleaning group called Hinch Army Cleaning Tips

Michelle Tamplin, from the UK, shared a photo of who she was cleaning her oven shelves in a cleaning group called Hinch Army Cleaning Tips

Michelle Tamplin, from the UK, shared a photo of who she was cleaning her oven shelves in a cleaning group called Hinch Army Cleaning Tips

& # 39; Meanwhile I am awake but slightly patinated so lie there laughing and really not at all. He gets out of the shower and goes to bed with a bruised toe if he had pushed it on the racks.

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& # 39; Well, this morning I got all kinds of names but no sh * ts, because I got nice, clean wire racks after I gave them some scrubbing to get the last bits off. & # 39;

Many loved her story, but also her hack, with one fiercely cleaner writing: & Thank you very much for this! It works wonderfully! Super glossy oven racks now. & # 39;

While another was inspired by the post and said: & # 39; I am trying this good tip. & # 39;

Many loved her story, but also her hack, where an avid cleaners said she now had & # 39; Super Shiny oven racks & # 39;
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Many loved her story, but also her hack, where an avid cleaners said she now had & # 39; Super Shiny oven racks & # 39;

Many loved her story, but also her hack, where an avid cleaners said she now had & # 39; Super Shiny oven racks & # 39;

The hack is as effective as the fabric softening ingredients in the drying sheets help to soften old dry food on the shelves.

A member of another group explained how well the hack worked for them and she also added detergent.

She said to the Mrs. Hinch Made Me Do It group: & # 39; OMG !!! Had to share. I tried a good bona fide hack today. Best hack I have come across.

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& # 39; My oven urgently needed a clean one, and I HATE cleaning the racks and using smelly chemicals that are strong enough to make them shiny.

Another woman shared the hack about a cleaning group and she said she got the cloth dryer for a £ 1 from Asda

Another woman shared the hack about a cleaning group and she said she got the cloth dryer for a £ 1 from Asda

Another woman shared the hack about a cleaning group and she said she got the cloth dryer for a £ 1 from Asda

& # 39; So I tried my recently discovered hack and honestly I didn't expect it to work even a little bit.

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& # 39; I dutifully laid my racks in the sink with a dash of dish soap, a tumble dryer, and boiling water. Left it to soak for an hour and it used the hair dryer to wipe away all the dirt, keeping everything shiny and clean. Hit me with a feather duster! & # 39;

Others thanked her for the hack and shared theirs, saying: “I wrapped the shelves in foil filled with the bath to about five centimeters and used two dishwasher tablets that & # 39; were left overnight and just wiped clean in the morning they were as clean as a whistle. & # 39;

While another said: & # 39; Don't let the water get cold, because the fat will stick to it. the fairy will shift it with a little scrub. & # 39;

Others thanked her for the hack and shared theirs, revealing that they were using foil and detergent tablets to clean their ovens

Others thanked her for the hack and shared theirs, revealing that they were using foil and detergent tablets to clean their ovens

Others thanked her for the hack and shared theirs, revealing that they were using foil and detergent tablets to clean their ovens

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