Mrs Hinch fan shares 99p hack to get grubby kitchen tiles sparkling in seconds

If your kitchen is your pride and joy, then there’s nothing worse than having tiles that are covered in grease and grime – and no time to scrub it clean.

But it turns out that there’s a very simple way to get your kitchen tiles gleaming in seconds – and it’s really cheap to do.

Cleaning enthusiasts have shared a very simple but highly effective trick, using a common product you are likely to already have in your home – glass cleaner.

The tip came after a woman named Jill took to a Mrs Hinch cleaning group on Facebook to ask for some advice.

She wrote: “What’s the best way to clean these tiles without leaving smear marks?”

Mrs Hinch fans came to the rescue and shared their quick, simple trick for transforming dirty tiles.

There were a variety of different techniques suggested, but the most popular responses suggested using glass cleaner.

Typically used to get your windows and shower screens shining, according to Mrs Hinch fans, glass cleaner is also great on kitchen tiles.

So if yours look like they’ve seen better days, this is definitely worth a try.

One person said: “Glass cleaner works wonders, cheap and quick too.”

“Glass cleaner, no smears”, another suggested.

One cleaning fan recommended using a supermarket’s brand of glass cleaner which can be picked up from as little as 99p – sounds good to us.

Ever since cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, otherwise known as Sophie Hinchliffe, took to Instagram, cleaning tips and tricks have become more and more popular.

There are even Facebook groups where cleaning fanatics share their hacks for getting their homes spotless