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Sarah Rhodes, presumably from the West Midlands, shared a clip of the trick successfully removing the biro-pen stain to Facebook group Mrs. Hinch Cleaning Tips

Woman shares & # 39; magic & # 39; cleaning hack for removing pens on fabric sofas – and all you need is hair spray and a damp cloth

  • Sarah Rhodes, presumably from the West Midlands, shared a clip of the trick
  • She posted the video on Facebook group Mrs. Hinch Cleaning Tips on Tuesday
  • Social media users went crazy for the impressive tip, like many think it & # 39; magical & # 39; found
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A woman has discovered a handy cleaning hack to get pen markers on fabric couches – with just a can of hair spray and a damp cloth.

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Sarah Rhodes, presumably from the West Midlands, shared a clip of the trick to successfully remove the biro-blemish from the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips.

She sprayed a fair amount of hair spray on her coral-colored sofa and then wiped her marked chair with a slightly wet dish cloth.

Social media users went crazy for the impressive tip, with lots of branding like & # 39; magical & # 39 ;, while others insisted on trying to achieve similar results.

Sarah Rhodes, presumably from the West Midlands, shared a clip of the trick successfully removing the biro-pen stain to Facebook group Mrs. Hinch Cleaning Tips

The tip in action when Sarah sprays the hair product onto the brand

The tip in action when Sarah sprays the hair product onto the brand

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Sarah Rhodes, presumably from the West Midlands, shared a clip of the trick successfully removing the biro-pen stain to Facebook group Mrs. Hinch Cleaning Tips. Pictured: the tip in action when Sarah sprays the hair product onto the brand

Sarah wrote Tuesday: & # 39; My son kindly decided to draw a biro-pen on my fabric chair ... heard that hair spray and a damp cloth would remove it ... and it did! & # 39;

Sarah wrote Tuesday: & # 39; My son kindly decided to draw a biro-pen on my fabric chair ... heard that hair spray and a damp cloth would remove it ... and it did! & # 39;

Sarah wrote Tuesday: & # 39; My son kindly decided to draw a biro-pen on my fabric chair … heard that hair spray and a damp cloth would remove it … and it did! & # 39;

Charlotte explained how her sofa was marked and wrote: & # 39; My son kindly decided to put Biro-pen on my fabric chair. Heard that hair spray and a damp cloth would remove it … and it did! & # 39;

Facebook users were quickly enthusiastic about Sarah's cleaning hack, with the video being more than 1,200 times popular.

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& # 39; Wow … Like to see when a hack really works, & # 39; one person noticed while another was displaying this: & # 39; Good to see it in action, Sarah. & # 39;

Another added: & # 39; This is a god send! Thank you! I'm going over it now with my couch! & # 39;

& # 39; This is magic. I am so inclined to scribble my furniture to try this, & # 39; admitted a third.

She sprayed a fair amount of hair spray on her orange couch, the mother then wiped her marked chair with a slightly wet dish cloth

She sprayed a fair amount of hair spray on her orange couch, the mother then wiped her marked chair with a slightly wet dish cloth

She sprayed a fair amount of hair spray on her orange couch, the mother then wiped her marked chair with a slightly wet dish cloth

She sprayed a fair amount of hair spray on her orange couch, the mother then wiped her marked chair with a slightly wet dish cloth

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She sprayed a fair amount of hair spray on her orange couch, the mother then wiped her marked chair with a slightly wet dish cloth

The short images then ended with Sarah, who showed her sofa spotless, because the cleaning hack was a success

The short images then ended with Sarah, who showed her sofa spotless, because the cleaning hack was a success

Sarah confessed that she wasn't fully confident that the trick would initially work, but tried to film her in case it would work

Sarah confessed that she wasn't fully confident that the trick would initially work, but tried to film her in case it would work

The short film images then ended with Sarah, who showed her sofa immaculate, because the cleaning hack was a success

Sarah confessed that she wasn't fully confident that the trick would initially work, but tried to film her in case it worked.

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& # 39; I didn't think it would work, but I thought let's video in case! & # 39; later she commented on the message. & # 39; Something very satisfying to get a stain out! & # 39;

It is after a new mother has revealed how she cleans rough stains from her son's baby clothes without products – simply by hanging them out in the sun.

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Internet users were quickly enthusiastic about Sarah's cleaning hack, where the video was more than 1,200 times popular

Internet users were quickly enthusiastic about Sarah's cleaning hack, where the video was more than 1,200 times popular

Internet users were quickly enthusiastic about Sarah's cleaning hack, where the video was more than 1,200 times popular

Amy Kyne, from Nottingham, shared the impressive trick on the Facebook group Cleaning of hacks, tips and recommendations, by placing an image of a white onesie covered with tomato sauce and another of the same vest after 24 hours on the line.

The second photo showed a clean, clear white vest without seeing a dot of the original stain – and all without using a stain remover.

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But the mother-of-three wasn't the only social media user to discover this handy cleaning hack, while others said & # 39; sunbleaching & # 39; works on all their baby things.

Ultraviolet rays in sunlight can break down chemical bonds, creating a bleaching effect.

It is after a new mother has revealed how she cleans stains from her son's baby clothes without staining - simply by hanging them outside in the sun (pictured, a white vest before and after 24 hours on a clothesline)

It is after a new mother has revealed how she cleans rough stains from her son's baby clothes without products - simply by hanging them outside in the sun (pictured, a white vest before and after 24 hours on a clothesline)

It is after a new mother has revealed how she cleans rough stains from her son's baby clothes without products – simply by hanging them outside in the sun (pictured, a white vest before and after 24 hours on a clothesline)

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