42p household staple leaves ‘yellow’ shower door seals ‘like new’

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Rubber seals are often put on shower doors to stop leaking through the shower door where the two panes of glass meet. However, due to the amount of humidity and moisture in bathrooms and shower rooms, the seals can often turn yellow, mouldy or discoloured.

Luckily, fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, whose full name is Sophie Hinchliffe, have shared their simple solution for cleaning rubber seals on shower doors.

The cleaning and lifestyle influencer has more than 4.5 million followers on Instagram and often shares her garden and home tips online.

Fans of hers have taken to social media in recent years to share their own hacks for solving common household problems.

Isabel Ross asked: “Any idea on how to get rid of the yellowing of the shower rubber? It should be see-through. Thank you!”

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The post was inundated with responses but the most suggested solution was to use bleach.

Emma Boocock said: “Strong bleach soaked in for an hour or two.” Jade Thompson agreed and wrote: “I take mine off and soak in bleach. Comes up like new!”

Jennie Cherry suggested: “You can slide it off then clean with a cotton bud or toothbrush with some bleach.”

Donna Bee replied: “Remove it and soak in bleach and water.” Owen John Davies said: “If you can remove it, try bleach and a pipe/straw cleaner. But you may be better just buying another!”

Maria Lee commented: “Slide the seal off and soak in whatever you have. Bleach etc.”

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Dawn ‘Dottie’ Tobin agreed and replied: “Cillit Bang with bleach. Just slide off and spray then use an old metal coat hanger (unravel) push cleaning wipe down strip channels. Bit of effort but does the job.”

Lubey Lou said: “Take it off, rinse off loose dirt then soak in sterilising fluid or bleach for an hour or two.

“Use an old toothbrush to scrub in all the crevices then rinse off and reattach.”

Most households own bleach, but for those who don’t, it can be bought online or from local supermarkets.

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JUST ESSENTIALS by ASDA Thin Bleach is available to buy for 42p. Tesco Thick Bleach costs 60p.

Wilko Bleach Lemon and Mandarin costs 60p. Thick Bleach Citrus costs 70p from Waitrose.

Other suggestions from Mrs Hinch fans included using Astonish Mould and Mildew spray, Cillit Bang Mould remover, HG Mould Remover, washing powder and dishwasher tablets.

Sarah Hickman said: “Astonish spray. Leave it to soak for a few minutes then scrub. Put some more on then use cotton buds to get right in.”

Natalie Greveson commented: “Just pull it off, clean with a toothbrush and spray with mould and mildew spray in the shower and when dry put it back on. That’s how I did mine every couple of months.”

Alison Boyce replied: “Cillit bang mould remover. Spray it down the inside.”

Lorraine Davis suggested: HG Mould remover cleans mine up like new.” Jan Andrew wrote: “Try using washing powder.”

Christine Bradshaw posted: “Soak in the bath with a dishwasher tablet – also use water to clean the bath afterwards.”

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