‘Stops moss forming!’ Mrs Hinch fans share £1 hack for cleaning garden patios

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Cleaning garden patios is a difficult task which most people believe requires a pressure washer. However, fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have unveiled a hack so you can clean your patio without having to purchase or borrow a jet washer. Mrs Hinch, whose full name is Sophie Hinchliffe, is a cleaning sensation who became famous on social media for sharing her cleaning tips.

She now has over 4.1 million followers on Instagram and has authored several books.

Fans of hers have created their own cleaning and gardening groups on social media to share their own tips.

On one of the groups, a gardening enthusiast asked how to clean her patios.

They asked: “Does anyone have any tips for cleaning patios please?

“I tried applying the Pink Stuff cream cleaner to the tiles on the right and scrubbing with a brush but it hasn’t made that much difference.”

The user shared a photo of the patio which was discoloured with weeds between the slabs.

Mrs Hinch fans inundated the post with over 170 responses.

One of the most popular suggestions was to use soda crystals which cost as little as £1 from Savers.

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One person said: “Sprinkle soda crystals over them then brush in water with a hard brush.

“Leave overnight and brush off next day.”

A second person said: “Soda crystal powder.”

A third wrote: “Soda crystals – and it stops the moss from forming.”

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Another person asked whether they needed to put the soda crystals “in water” first.

A user responded: “Yes hot water.

“Then pour the water over the slabs with a hard broom, brush it over.

“Trying it a couple of times if need be.”

Another popular and affordable suggestion from Mrs Hinch fans was to use bleach.

One person replied to the post: “Paint on thick bleach and leave overnight.”

Another gardening fan said: “Bleach needs to be used with cold water.”

A third said: “Bleach, but wear old clothes!”

A fourth suggested: “Hot kettle water for the weeds and bleach the slabs. Leave for a bit then rinse.”

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