SHE’S the online cleaning sensation who’s gained two MILLION Instagram followers thanks to her affordable cleaning hacks. But while Mrs Hinch’s all-time favourite cleaning paste The Pink Stuff ordinarily costs just 89p, savvy eBay sellers are currently flogging single tubs of the stuff for an absolute fortune. Stardrops Pink Stuff Paste, £4.90 for 500g – buy now Yes the budget-friendly cleaning paste has become something of a cult product since Mrs Hinch shot to fame last year. A fundamental part of her “Narnia” stash of products, this cult cleaning product – which can be picked up in Home Bargains for as little as 89p or £4.90 on Amazon- has been known to clean everything from filthy deep-fryers to greasy oven doors. The self-described “miracle cleaning paste” can be used on metal, glass and tiles – although the cleaning influencer herself prefers to use a generous amount to keep her hob sparkling. However, savvy eBay sellers have now clocked on to the “Hinch effect” and have started flogging tubs of multipurpose Pink Stuff for up to £100. Cashing in on the product’s popularity, eBay users are selling tubs of The Pink Stuff for over 100 times its usual price. Ouch. What’s… Read full this story
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