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Mrs Hinch fans are sharing £3 miracle product to remove stains out of tea towels – and people say it’s a ‘game-changer’

FROM drink spillages to food splashes, the kitchen is the one area in the house that sees all sorts of mess.

And for many, filling up a bucket and getting a mop out is far too much effort.

A woman took to a Mrs-Hinch inspired Facebook group and asked cleaning enthusiasts how best to remove stains from tea towels. Pictured, stock image
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A woman took to a Mrs-Hinch inspired Facebook group and asked cleaning enthusiasts how best to remove stains from tea towels. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty

Instead, it's much easier to reach for a good ol' tea towel that's guaranteed to clean up the surfaces in just one quick wipe.

So it's no surprise that many homeowners have stained tea towels that look far from appealing.

Well, the good news is that avid cleaning fans have taken to a Mrs Hinch-inspired Facebook to share a very handy hack that can help to remove strains from dirty tea towels, so that you haven't got to keep forking out on new ones.

And best of all - it costs as little as £3.

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As reported by , the initial post that sparked the conversation read: “The stains are not coming out of my tea towels what are your suggestions please?”

And the woman wasn't short of answers as cleaning fans flooded to the comments section with suggestions - and there was one stand out answer, .

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One person enthused: “Napisan! Best stuff ever.”

A second advised: “Soak in Napisan then wash normally.”

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A third wrote: “Soak in Napisan then put through a wash.”

Meanwhile, a fourth commented: “Napisan is very good.”

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