Ms. Hinch has shown how much dirt is in your hairbrush – and it is so dirty.
Known as Mrs. Hinch to her army of Instagram followers, Sophie Hinchliffe is extremely popular for her cleanup tips and tricks.
The cleaning guru has a whopping 3.3 million followers on Instagram and shares daily hacks and advice to help others clean their homes.
But now that the UK is still firmly tied in, Ms. Hinch, who is the mother of baby Ronnie, shares some lesser-known secrets.
Mirror Online reports the Essex-based sensation shared her interesting method of cleaning hairbrushes, revealing just how dirty the everyday item can really be.
Ms. Hinch started by removing all the hair and then brushing over the brush to make sure everything is out.
The next step is to run some hot (but not boiling) water into the sink and then soak your brush or brushes in the water.
Ms. Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchcliffe, then adds a tablespoon of dish soap and a tablespoon of white vinegar to the water.
The mother says the vinegar helps to remove bacteria and germs.
Let the brushes sit in the water mixture for at least an hour.
During this time, you may notice that the color of the water changes as dirt comes from the brush.
Ms. Hinch adds that the buildup of products from your brushes can also float to the top of the water.