Woman shows off amazing 89p hack which removes scratches from plates in minutes

It’s pretty annoying when plates get metal scratches caused by cutlery all over them, but luckily for those unsure of how to solve the problem, one woman has come up with a nifty solution.

A miracle product, which is often championed by Mrs Hinch, has been found to rid plates and the likes of annoying metal scratches, and it costs just 89p.

The tip was shared on the Facebook group Hinch Army Cleaning Tips, after one woman was left in awe after a product named The Pink Stuff turned her plates from old to new.

The lady wrote: “These are the cutlery marks on a plate. I was thinking of going out and buying new ones.

"But I read some of your posts and the Pink Stuff really does work wonders."

She then shared photos of the before and after process, showing one plate covered in scratches and marks and another image of the plate appearing clean and completely scratch free.

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Fans were quick to share their delight about the results, with one writing: “I'll have to try that – what a difference!" [sic]

Another added: “I need this in my life!”

The woman covers the plate with The Pink Stuff, before using a tooth brush to remove scratches.

The cleaning paste The Pink Stuff can be found online at The Range for just 89p. The product is described to “remove stubborn marks, rust, and discolouration from an array of surfaces."

The website adds: "The Stardrops Pink Stuff Cleaning Paste is sure to come in handy. Suitable for cleaning saucepans, BBQ's, and even ceramic tiles.”

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The product is a favourite of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch’s, and the star recently showed off a cleaning hack to her 3.2 million followers using it.

The star showed off her sparkling oven after putting in some elbow grease and some of The Pink Stuff to clean it.

Donning a pair of Marigolds in an Instagram story clip, Sophie Hinchliffe, aka Mrs Hinch, got the cleaning underway, saying: “This is not good but it actually looks worse than it is believe it or not.

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"I haven’t done this since Christmas. I haven’t had the time but I’m going to get it done now.”

The social media giant then talked people through the process behind cleaning the oven.

She said: “It won’t take long at all to be fair. This oven liner will come out and I’ll wash this in the sink, take the racks out and wash those down and then I’m going to use Pink Stuff with Scrub Daddy.”

Both Pink Stuff and Scrub Daddy are two of Mrs Hinch’s most championed products that have become incredibly popular due to the cleaning-pro regularly speaking about them on her social media.

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