IT'S safe to say we've all tried every way possible to get our ovens gleaming, but very few things actually work.
But one cleaning fanatic swears by tin foil to get the job done, after slathering The Pink Stuff all over the glass.
The popular cleaning paste is a favourite among the cleaning obsessed – Mrs Hinch included – and is known to work on almost everything.
But is was the addition of tin toil which really impressed this woman whose oven now looks as good as new.
Unable to believe the difference, she posted before and after snaps in a dedicated cleaning Facebook group where others gushed over the sight of it.
She wrote: "So I see in someone’s reply to use tin foil and the pink stuff paste. Well I’m Impressed it works, amazing."
And she's not the only one has hundreds liked and commented on the post to share their own amazement.
"Looks amazing," one person gushed, and another added: "I'm defo doing this."
The woman revealed exactly how she did it too,after many questioned her method.
She explained: "Put the paste all over the glass wait 10-15 depending on how bad it is. Then crunch up pieces of foil to scrub the paste around. Elbow grease it lol and then wipe with clean damp cloth."
Easily done, it seems.
- The Pink Stuff Miracle Cleaning Paste, £1, Robert Dyas – buy here
The Pink Stuff has gained cult status thanks to the endorsement of Mrs Hinch, who regularly uses it in her cleaning arsenal, next to Minky cloths, Zoflora spray and the SonicScrubber.
The paste is described by manufacturer Star Brands as "gentle on surfaces but tough on stains".
Saucepans, barbecues, ceramic tiles, glass, rust, sinks, garden furniture, paintwork and copper are just some of the varied assortment of household items and surfaces it can be used on.
But cleaning fanatics have had incredible results using it on white trainers, flooring, kitchen appliances and even jewellery.
You can pick it up for as little at £1 too, and the foil? well, you probably already have that at home.
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