I'm the Queen of Clean – the 80p hack I swear by to clean awkward vases & you don’t have to touch that slimy green stuff | The Sun

THE QUEEN of Clean has taken to social media to share the quick and cheap hack that she swears by to clean awkward and messy vases, without having to do any scrubbing,

Lynsey Crombie (@lynsey_queenofclean) recently shared a clip on TikTok, as she revealed the 80p bargain buy from Tesco that she uses to get her grubby vases looking brand new. 

The cleaning whizz shared her clip with the caption ‘Vase clean up tip’ and explained that she uses denture tablets to remove green gunk from her vases.

As she revealed her quick tip, she said: “Hey guys, so just coming to you with another tip.

“So today I’m doing my flowers and vases so these daffodils have just about had it so I’m going to pop them over to the side.

“The water in here – all green and disgusting, but you can also see that the vase itself isn’t very clean, isn’t very see-through, so I’m just going to pour the water away.

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“Look at that, you can see how dirty the vase is and all the green on the bottom.

“So I’m gonna fill it up with some water, this is literally the best, easiest tip to clean vases and it requires absolutely no scrubbing.

“When we’re all busy we don’t want to be stood around all day scrubbing stuff.

“So there you go, I've filled it up and what I’ve got here are denture tablets.

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“You get 30 in a pack, these are from Tesco and they’re 80p so an absolute bargain.

“So I’m just going to use one. What is in a denture tablet is bicarbonate of soda, which is a fantastic cleaner and a great deodoriser so if your vase is smelling a bit from flowers that have maybe gone mouldy, or just have that horrible smell, this is what you need to do. 

“Just going to pop the denture tablet in. It will slowly start to melt away, it will start to fizz.

“I am now going to go out on a dog walk for 20 minutes to half an hour and I’m literally just gonna leave this on the side and then we will deal with it when I get back.

“So you can see that the denture tablet is bubbling away in there, the bubbles are going up, so it’s using the power to clean.”

As Lynsey arrived home, she added: “It’s all gone blue with the denture tablet and we are now going to pour it away in the sink.

“I’ve been about 15 minutes and there’s been absolutely no scrubbing, so let's pour. It's gone for the drain as well.”

Lynsey poured the liquid down the sink and continued: “You can already see the bottom, none of that green gunk.

“Looking good. All looking so good.

“Obviously it just needs a rinse and a bit of a buff with a microfiber cloth, but ultimately, just using the power of one denture table, this is lovely and clean.

“It’s a really simple trick.” 

Lynsey shared her video just 22 hours ago, but it has clearly impressed many, as it has quickly amassed 17.8k views.

It has 269 likes, 20 comments and 9 shares. 

One person said: “Great tip, will try this.” 

Someone else asked: “Hot or cold water?” to which Lynsey simply replied “Either.” 

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Meanwhile, one user suggested: “Or just stick it in the dishwasher, works for me.” 

A fourth commented: “Change water every day, no scrubbing necessary, flowers live longer.”

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