Mrs Hinch fan shares easy way to clean your mattress — and it costs just £1

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Mrs Hinch is known for her cheap and easy cleaning hacks, with several of her favourite products being inexpensive and easy to find at your local shop.

And the cleaning sensation’s fan has given us yet another bargain hack to get those pesky stains out of your mattress.

When changing your sheets, you’ll notice just how easily mattresses can pick up dirt. This can be caused by anything from sweat, dead skin and dust mites.

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Instead of splashing out on a new mattress every time you notice the stains, a Mrs Hinch fan has given fans her tips to cleaning your bed to keep it clean and fresh and it helps that the product is just £1!

The fan explained that she was able to remove every mark on the mattress just by using fabric stain remover Astonish.

She wrote: “I saw a lady cleaned up her mattress with flash with bicarbonate of soda.

“I only have astonish so I thought I would give it a go.

“Sprayed on sweat stain, left for ten mins and wiped down with a dry cloth…I actually used a duster as my microfibre clothes were in the wash.

“Amazing results…Love astonish and the scent to this is lovely too.”

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The woman explained how she managed to pick the product up for just £1 and it’s currently available at The Range, Wilko, Home Bargains, Savers, Poundland and Dunelm.

Mrs Hinch previously revealed that she uses bicarbonate of soda to clean her mattress, as it removes grease and dirt.

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She explained to fans on Instagram: "For those asking why I use bicarb and what does it do, it’s an odour eliminator so any odours that may be lingering in the mattress it just soaks them up and absorbs them. It works really, really well."

She follows this up by adding a few drops of essential oils to the mattress to keep it smelling fresh in her bedroom.

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