Mrs Hinch fans go wild over a cheap hack to get rid of orange fake tan stains from your mattress – & it’ll look new | The Sun

FANS of the cleaning sensation, Mrs Hinch, have taken it to social media to share tricks for removing nasty fake tan stains from your mattress.

Those who are devoted fake tan lovers know what a nightmare it is to get rid of the orange stains marinating on your mattress – it seems like no amount of scrubbing will remove them.

Luckily, as The Express reported, Mrs Hinch fans have shared their top recommendations, promising the mattress will look like brand new.

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, 32, has long been a favourite amongst fellow cleaning enthusiasts, with close to 4.5 million followers on Instagram.

The star rose to fame a few years ago with various home hacks and now her fans have even started dedicated cleaning pages on social media.

In one such group, Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips on Facebook, a member sought advice: ''Someone please help. I’ve got fake tan all over my mattress, we’ve only had this mattress since October so it's not even a year old.

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''Any tips on how I can attempt to clean this?

''We just tried salt and lemon paste as recommended on the Dreams website."

Luckily, the post was soon full of comments and suggestions to help the desperate beauty lover.

Sharing her tips, Sam Gilmour recommended Vanish spray, which she described as ''amazing''.

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However, the most popular solution for removing the stubborn fake tan leftovers was a carpet cleaner.

"Dr Beckmann or bleach and hot water with some biological washing powder will take it off if you scrub it but don’t soak it,'' advised one member of the popular group.

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Another user, Dawn Gillen, agreed: "I did the same, Dr Beckmann's carpet stain was brilliant!"

Rebeccaa Kkennedy also seemed to be a fan of the product, writing: ''I just cleaned my mattress with Dr Beckmann's carpet cleaner and when dried I sprayed it with diluted fabric softener and it’s good as new!"

"Flash bleach and a carpet cleaner, mine came up like new," said Leanne Cavanagh.

Someone else had used it and commented: ''I used Mr Beckmann carpet cleaner and it even removed fake tan from my daughter's mattress."

Other cleaning enthusiasts suggested more natural remedies, such as baking soda.

Jeannie Robb explained how to give your mattress a makeover with the kitchen staple: "Rub dry baking soda well into stains, hoover well, repeat until clean.

"You could actually mix Fairy liquid into baking soda, rub well in, repeat until clean. Hoover and let dry."

"Flash bicarbonate of soda spray. I cleaned my mattress with it, came up a treat. Smells fresh too,'' agreed a fan of Mrs Hinch.

Another popular alternative was shaving foam.

Janice Morris shared her go-to technique: "I would take it off the bed and lean it up against a wall – then punch the hell out of it (this will make any dead skin, dust mites and so on fall to the bottom) then vacuum and vacuum it.

"If you wet a mattress too much what happens is the water penetrates deep into the mattress where there's no air circulating and before it can dry (which might take days) the water starts to go stagnant and smells musty so don't wet it too much.

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"I think covering it with shaving foam, agitating the shaving foam then wiping it off with an almost dry cloth might work well.

"When you've done that see where you are with it and if there are any obvious or bad stains remaining dab them repeatedly with a warm soapy cloth."

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