Four-ingredient cleaning hack banishes limescale from sinks in matter of minutes

Struggling with stubborn limescale on your sink?

Fear not, as a cleaning pro has shared a hack to get your kitchen sparkling again.

Housework whiz Ewan shared the tip during an episode of Stacey Solomon's show Sort Your Life out, which airs on BBC One.

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All you need is four affordable products – white vinegar, salt, lemon juice and Bicarb.

And you'll be pleased to know that completing the boring task only takes a matter of minutes.

Ewan explained: "We've got some limescale going on around the tap – but I'm very excited to tackle this because it does come up really easily.

"Soak a cloth in some white vinegar and then you can pop your cloth around the limescale and that will get to work.

"While that's doing its thing, I'm going to mix up a paste to scrub the sink with.

"I'm going to use some salt, lemon juice and add a little bit of Bicarb as well.

"Then start to apply this… then you can go in with a toothbrush to get all the little cracks.

"How nicely has that come up?"

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The results spoke for themselves – as the sink went from dull to super shiny.

And once you've nailed this chore, we've got some more ways to re-vamp your kitchen.

Previously, we shared a kettle cleaning hack that costs just 60p.

We also revealed how Mrs Hinch keeps her air fryer mess-free.

And a mum shared her two-step trick to banish burnt food from oven racks easily.

So what are you waiting for, put on some gloves and give these a go!

Sort Your Life Out airs on BBC One on Thursdays at 8pm – or you can catch up on BBC iPlayer.

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