Mum clears her bathroom tiles of black mould in minutes using £1 cleaning paste and an old toothbrush

MRS Hinch has long been a source of inspiration when it comes to her genius cleaning tips –  and for her 3.2 million followers it's not hard to see why. 

The cleaning guru has introduced us to a range of impressive products and nifty home hacks, but one in particular seems to have gained some what of a cult following among us cleaning-mad Hinchers.

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A cleaning-obsessed woman decided to tackle her bathroom tiles which were completely lined in blackened dirt and mould.

But after a hint of pink magic, she was able to get the tiles and the grout looking completely new using just a toothbrush and The Pink Stuff cleaning paste.

Like anyone who's ever witnessed the effectiveness of The Pink Stuff in action, the woman was left feeling pretty pleased with her efforts so she posted before and after snaps in the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips, Facebook group.

Anyone would know that tackling mould in any bathroom is often a strenuous task, and one we often avoid until absolutely necessary, but the results are so satisfying that we're sure it'll be next on everybody's to do list after seeing just how easy it is with the magic cleaning paste.

Along with the snaps, she wrote: "Decided to tackle the mould in the bathroom on the tiles, can't recommend The Pink Stuff enough and a toothbrush."

And it's not the first time the cleaning paste has been recommend for various household chores – or even the second time for that matter.

The Pink Stuff is a popular product that Mrs Hinch herself brags about – which certainly works wonders on black mould.

But while other group members weren't surprised by how good The Pink Stuff is – because it's not a cult favourite for nothing – they were still extremely thrilled to see such satisfying results, with some even surprised to learn of the woman's tool of choice  – the toothbrush.

One said: "I love this stuff, I had glue on my car that nothing would get off at all and this got it off without marking my car."

Another commented: "Toothbrushes are excellent at getting in small gaps."

A third praised: "Epic before and after, so satisfying."

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