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Mrs Hinch SonicScrubber Amazon review

‘The amount of dirt and grime that you can clean is endless’: Amazon shoppers swear by this Mrs Hinch-approved SonicScrubber device

  • The SonicScrubber Power Cleaning Brush has hundreds of glowing reviews
  • Mrs Hinch swears by her SonicScrubber for everything from cleaning her bathroom tiles to plugs and even her washing machine 

There are plenty of tools available on Amazon designed to take the hassle out of cleaning, from fast-drying, reusable Mr Siga cleaning cloths to the bestselling Vileda Turbo Microfibre Mop and Bucket Set.

However, there is one standout cleaning gadget that deserves a solo shoutout – the SonicScrubber Power Cleaning Brush. It’s a hidden gem when it comes to deep-cleaning your floors, bathroom tiling and even your washing machine.

Not only has the versatile and easy-to-use tool received hundreds of glowing reviews from cleaning fanatics who say it’s a ‘great gadget’ and ‘works a treat with just the smallest of effort’, but it’s also Mrs Hinch-approved.

Sophie used the SonicScrubber to tackle the more challenging to reach places in the empty compartment

In a recent Instagram story, Mrs Hinch shared with her 3.7m followers her step-by-step guide for removing grime from her washing machine using the SonicScrubber

The Instagram cleaning sensation, aka Sophie Hinchliffe, swears by her SonicScrubber for everything from cleaning her bathroom tiles to plugs and even her washing machine. In short, it’s a must-have for getting hard-to-reach areas sparkling.

When turned on the round bristle head oscillates 10,000 times per minute, meaning there is no need to buckle down and get scrubbing – it does the hard work for you at the touch of a button. 

The brand claims the tool, which works much like a large electric toothbrush, cleans 25 times faster than manual scrubbing.

The battery-powered electric cleaning brush comes equipped with four brush heads, each made to tackle varying dirty surfaces, including a medium size, a large size, a cone-shaped head and a soft cleaning head. 

The battery-powered electric cleaning brush comes equipped with four brush heads, each made to tackle varying dirty surfaces

The battery-powered electric cleaning brush comes equipped with four brush heads, each made to tackle varying dirty surfaces

The bristles on each head are soft enough to ensure surfaces are left scratch-free, but thorough enough to remove the toughest stains and dirt.

‘This is a must-have in every household. I bought it because I saw Mrs Hinch using it and I’m so glad I bought it,’ wrote one customer in their review. 

‘The amount of dirt and grime that you can clean with this is endless. So easy to use and to clean. I loved it so much I brought one for my mother in law!’

Another customer commented that it’s a great for removing washing machine fabric softener and mildew build-up. They wrote: ‘Perfect for nooks and crannies. Really enjoyed cleaning my washing machine Mrs Hinch style. Made the job dead easy.’

When turned on, the bristle head oscillates 10,000 times per minute, meaning there is no need to buckle down and get scrubbing - it does the hard work for you at the touch of a button

When turned on, the bristle head oscillates 10,000 times per minute, meaning there is no need to buckle down and get scrubbing – it does the hard work for you at the touch of a button

‘Excellent product,’ added another reviewer. ‘I cleaned out my washing machine drawer, and it came out sparkling clean – along with my hobs!’

In a recent Instagram story, Mrs Hinch shared with her 3.7m followers her step-by-step guide for removing grime from her washing machine using the SonicScrubber.

After taking the drawer out and placing in her sink to soak in Flash spray, Sophie revealed how she uses bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar, along with her trusty SonicScrubber to tackle the more challenging to reach places in the empty compartment. Shen then finished the job with a well-soaked sponge to rinse away any dirt. And it delivered sparkling results.

While Mrs Hinch’s tool is priced at £18.99 on Amazon, the online retailer also sells unbranded versions for less than a tenner.

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