Mrs Hinch fans swear RHUBARB is the key to cleaning pans covered in burnt-on grime – and there's no scrubbing involved

Mrs Hinch fans swear RHUBARB is the key to cleaning pans covered in burnt-on grime – and there's no scrubbing involved

THERE’S nothing worse than cooking a delicious meal, feeling full up, but then having to do the washing up. 

And it’s even worse when your pans are covered in grease, grim and burnt bits.

If the thought of getting your Marigold’s on and scrubbing away sends shivers down your spine, fear not.

Luckily for you, Mrs Hinch fans have come to the rescue and have shared their quick, simple trick for cleaning burnt pans, without the hassle.

Not only is it an ‘easy’ method, but don’t worry, you won’t have to worry about spending loads of money on fancy cleaning products.

In fact, with this clever hack, you’ll only need to spend £1. 

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Yes, you heard that correctly… 

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’s even Facebook groups where cleaning fanatics share their hacks for getting their homes spotless.

And the latest hack focuses on getting your pans clean without the scrubbing.

Posting on Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook page, one woman, named Jodie Thompson asked fellow cleaners for advice on how to clean her burnt pan.


She said: “Hi, what’s the best way to clean a burnt pan?” 

Fortunately, Mrs Hinch fans were quick to reveal their cleaning tips and tricks for cleaning burnt pans without the faff.

And the majority of responses suggested using rhubarb to get pans sparkling. 

One person said: “Stew rhubarb.” 

Another added: “Rhubarb cook it through in the pan.” 

A third commented: “Boil rhubarb in it.” 

So if your pans are stained, head down to your local supermarket and get your hands on some rhubarb.

If you fancy giving this cleaning hack a try, you can buy tinned rhubarb for as little as £1 from Sainsbury’s. 

According to new research by Marigold, rhubarb is also a very effective cleaning product.

Dating from the 1940s, housewives used this trick to scour their pans, as it is particularly effective at removing burn marks. 

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Marigold said: “To clean a burnt pan, chop some rhubarb into small pieces and boil it in the pot for at least 10 minutes until you get a glue-like consistency. 

“Rinse with clean water and voilà – admire the results.”

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