THE COLD weather means plenty of homes in the UK will struggle with condensation and mould.

Fortunately Mrs Hinch cleaning fans have revealed the easy way to remove it and keep it away for good.

Mould in the home doesn't just look unsightly – it can also be dangerous.

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 rid of black mould in the bedroom.


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One woman took to the Facebook group .Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook page, to ask for advice on how to get rid of it.

She wrote: "I’ve just cleared lots of black mould off my bedroom wall. Do I leave my bedroom window open all the time (just a little) or open only in the morning eta. Also can I have my radiator on?

“Or will the heat make the mould grow back quicker? The mould is on the wall with the radiator (I think we have damp).”

The post was soon inundated with comments, and one person had a surprising hack to share.

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One wrote: "Original Listerine mouthwash stops it re-growing. Leave window open a little for airflow a few times a week.”

Another person commented: "I keep my windows on fresh air vent during the day in winter and only close the windows when heating is on.”

A third suggested: "We leave all windows ajar even with heating on.”

Meanwhile, a fourth recommended: "Keep my windows ajar all year round even with radiators on never had mould. Check your guttering and see if it's leaking outside.”

A bottle of Listerine only cost £1 from B&M, or can be purchased for a little more in any major store.

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