Mrs Hinch fans shares cheap hack for cleaning dirty air fryer to make it sparkle like new again

FANS of the cleanfluencer Mrs Hinch have taken it to social media to share a cheap hack for getting your air fryer sparkle again.

Over the years, air fryers have become all the rage – particularly for those who are trying to cut down on extra calories.

But whilst they might help with your figure, those who've bought this kitchen appliance know what a nightmare it is to get it clean.

Luckily, The Express reported that fellow cleaning fans of Mrs Hinch have revealed their top recommendations – which means there's no need for scrubbing and a vigorous arm workout.

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, 32, has long been a favourite amongst fellow cleaning enthusiasts, with close to 4.5 million followers on Instagram.

The star rose to fame a few years ago with various home hacks and now her fans have even started dedicated cleaning pages on social media.

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In one such group, Mrs Hinch Cleaning tips and tricks on Facebook, a member sought advice: "How do you all clean your air fryers?

''I've been putting off getting one because they look quite daunting to clean.

"Also, do you have any recommendations for the best air fryer? Thanks in advance."

Fortunately, fellow cleaning fanatics were quick to jump to comments offering their solutions.

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One of them read: "I use dishwasher tablets and boiling hot water.''

According to the whizz, all you need to do is leave it soak for an hour before giving it ''a good rinse out''.

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"I use Elbow Grease if it's particularly messy then pop it in the dishwasher,'' advised Rebekah Livsey.

''Mine is a quest and you can put the basket and drawer through the dishwasher which is brilliant,'' another member of the group joined the conversation.

Someone else claimed that using tin foil works like a charm.

"I put a layer of foil on the bottom of mine and change after every use.

"Take out the other bits and wash – l love it and it's easy to clean the pan."

If you're not convinced, Maria McAllister revealed she turns to another kitchen staple – baking soda.

"I use this stuff. I dry rub it on and scrape any excess off using a plastic spoon or anything that wont scrape off the film of your tray.

"Repeat a few times if bad then rinse and should be like new!"

A rather simple solution was offered by Shelby Nicolewho wrote: "Had an Actifry for several years, we wipe it down with a damp cloth once done."

Recommending good quality air fryers, Gail Goldsmith stated: "Ninja is fantastic and so easy to clean – all the bits just go in a normal washing up bowl or dishwasher.''

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Jane Westwood agreed: "I have a Ninja and I love it.

"It just goes in the dishwasher. So easy to use and clean. I would highly recommend the Ninja."

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