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Mother reveals how to remove stubborn grease from an extractor fan WITHOUT any scrubbing (and all you need is two dishwasher tablets)
- A mother shared a tip to the, Mums Who Clean group, on getting rid of grease
- She told Facebook group who to clean an extractor fan using dishwasher tablets
- The popular hack involves soaking the fan in the sink with two tablets for 30 mins
When it comes to cleaning, parts of the house that are hidden away can get forgotten.
Which means on things like extractor fans, grease can build up and be very difficult to clean, involving hours of scrubbing and soaking.
But one mum has shared a much easier way her extractor fan clean and it involves minimal effort.
The mum’s fan before she cleaned it, as it was covered in grease and dirt after being neglected
The extractor fan after it was cleaned looked good as new as many mums fawned over the sparkling shiny new fan
Posting her efforts on the Facebook group Mums Who Clean, the mother, believed to be from Austria, shared her step-by-step guide to getting rid muck on the fans.
After removing the fan from the extractor, the mum rinsed it in boiling water to remove a few layers of grease.
She then placed a Finish dishwater tablet on either side of the fan and left it to soak for half an hour.
On her return, all she needed to do was gently scrub with a brush on a few more stubborn bits.
The mum left the fan to soak in the sink for 30 minutes with two dishwasher tablets on either side, which turned her water a very dirty brown
Declaring the hack to give a ‘great result’ the mum also shared a glittering photo of her extractor fan afterwards, which looked good as new.
Other mums were quick to share their astonishment at the hack.
One wrote: ‘Another thing to add to my list to try’. Another commented: ‘Looks good as new’.
A third said: ‘So rewarding when you get a clean win.’
Finnish dishwasher tablets cost around £11 for a pack of 80 from supermarkets such as Tesco, meaning it costs about 28p to use two tablets.
The mother shared a snap of her washing machine drawer before she’d cleaned it, writing that it had been on her to do list for a long time
Having a clean and non-mouldy washing machine will keep clothes as clean as they should be having been through the wash
The tip comes after one cleaning-mad mother revealed her cheap and easy way to clean washing machine drawers in minutes – using household objects.
While the mouldy drawer will make clothes dirtier in the wash, it turns out just four ingredients can help leave them looking sparkling clean – washing-up liquid, an old toothbrush, bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar.
Describing it as ‘a task she’d put off for so long’, the anonymous woman, believed to be from the UK, took to the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips to share the impressive before and after snaps of her handy work.
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Mum shows how to clean extractor fan with dishwasher tablets