BATHROOMS can often get mouldy because of the build-up in condensation.
But Mrs Hinch fans have shared a clever hack to remove it from bathroom ceilings.
Many fans claimed the product even stopped the mould from coming back.
Fans of the cleaning queen have once again shared their personal cleaning tips and tricks online.
Posting on Mrs Hinch Cleaning tips and tricks Facebook page, one woman asked for advice on how to remove mould from her bathroom ceiling.
She asked: "Please can I have some advice on how to get rid of mould on my bathroom ceiling?
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"Tried many bleach products and always painting over it every couple of months, but nothing seems to work."
Mould may look unappealing but on a more serious note, it can also cause health problems.
As the woman points out, it's easy to get rid of mould, but it always seems to come back and it's best to prevent the problem than fixing it over and over again.
Her post received over 300 comments from fellow cleaning enthusiasts sharing their advice.
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According to Mrs Hinch fans, Cif Mould Removal Spray is the best at removing mould and preventing it from coming back.
One user wrote: "“Cif Mould Removal Spray to clean it and it stops it from coming back.”
"Use Cif Mould Removal Spray – good stuff. I do my bathroom less than once a year and it keeps it at bay.” Another suggested.
A third claimed: "“Use Cif Mould Removal Spray – good stuff. I do my bathroom less than once a year and it keeps it at bay.”
"Cif Mould Removal Spray works a treat, just spray on the mould and leave for 10 minutes then wipe." A fourth agreed, "once the time is up the mould will be gone and it keeps it from coming back.”
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