Mrs Hinch, also known as Sophie Hinchliffe, rose to fame after she started to share cleaning tips and tricks online. With more than four million Instagram followers, the social media sensation now shares more organisational hacks. However, her fans continue to share cleaning advice with one another, on dedicated Facebook pages.
This makes it easier to clean due to the fibres the blinds are made with.
Lisa Mitchell wrote: “They should come done easily. I place mine in warm soapy water for around an hour, the water always goes gross. Easiest cleaning tip ever.”
Pat Wise added: “Make sure they aren’t submerged in water, it could damage the blinds. Make sure the water is warm with a little bit of washing up liquid, works a treat.”
Sal Car recommended placing them in the washing machine to make sure the germs are gone too.
Debbie Street said: “I use a soft cloth to clean mine. Close them both ways and then use a tumble dryer sheet on both sides.
“It will remove dirt and leave a lovely smell, no need to get them wet.”
Using a tumble dryer sheet on blinds can help to reduce static, meaning the dust and dirt will be drawn to it.
Mrs Hinch herself has revealed in the past that she too uses a tumble dryer sheet to clean her Venetian blinds.
The social media sensation also sprays some diluted Zoflora on her blinds to fragrance the room.