Mrs Hinch fans share 89p hack which gets those annoying yellow stains off loo seats in seconds

CLEANING fans have come up with a brilliant way of getting rid of stains on toilet seats – and it costs just 89p.

When one woman took to the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips group on Facebook to ask how to restore her toilet seat to its former glory, readers were quick to suggest the budget-friendly product.

"How can I get yellow off my white toilet seat, please?" the woman asked.

"Pink Stuff cream," one person quickly responded, while another agreed: "Pink Stuff paste, brought mine up like new."

Others suggested that the Pink Stuff paste works better than bleach, as bleach just temporarily disguises the stain before it returns.

“Neat bleach will just bleach it temporarily," one woman wrote. "The yellow will return with a vengeance.

“I’d try Pink Stuff paste or similar with gentle circular movements.

“I’m saying about the bleach because I’ve done it myself and the yellow returned.”

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And given that Stardrops Pink Stuff Miracle Cream Cleaner costs from just 89p, the wonder product isn't going to break the bank either.

Other suggestions from people on the group included toothpaste or Cif cream cleaner.

"Cream cleaner, Cif, etc gets it off," someone else commented.

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