IT'S certainly not the most glamorous household chore - but if you keep putting off cleaning your washing machine drawer, it can get pretty grimy pretty quickly.
That said, one woman has inspired us to give our washing machines an overhaul thanks to her two-step Mrs Hinch-inspired cleaning hack.
Posting incredible before-and-after photos on the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips, the woman wrote: "Feeling inspired by my Mrs Hinch book and journal.
"Though I feel frustrated with all the tasks I have planned to do, it has [revived my mundane] daily life. First task was my washing machine all done and sorted."
The woman covered the drawer in the cleaning influencer's favourite £1 Pink Stuff cleaning paste, focussing on the areas of black mould.
As well as covering the top of her machine in the purse-friendly paste, the woman also used Dr Beckmann's £3 washing machine cleaner to tackle any limescale or dirt inside.
Within minutes (and some serious scrubbing), the formerly filthy washing machine drawer looked practically new.
And we're not the only ones impressed with her efforts - other members of the cleaning Facebook group have been gushing over the miracle duo.
- Stardrops The Pink Stuff, £1 from Sainsbury's - buy now
- Dr. Beckmann Service-it Washing Machine Cleaner, £3 for 250ml from Sainsbury's - buy now
One replied: "Well done. If that was my machine I would of bought a new one instead of cleaning it."
Another gushed: "Well done Susan price and thank you so much for sharing how you did it.. you have inspired me...thank you!"
Meanwhile, a third raved: "Looks like new!!"
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