Q&A with cleaning blogger Paul Hunt AKA Men Can Clean Too

Ease yourself into the annual spring clean with all the best tips from UK cleaning blogger Paul Hunt of Men Can Clean Too

Passionate about cleaning and finding the most effective products to help make the spring clean a breeze, we just had to find out Paul's favourite cleaning hacks for a house that gleams! So let's get started...

When did you first start using a Dishmatic and which one do you use?

I first started using a Dishmatic product in June 2018 and it was the Dishmatic Handle.

What’s your favourite thing about using one of our Dishfriends?

They are simple, easy to use and very effective.

Do you have any #CleaningHacks you can share with us?

  • Use white vinegar instead of fabric conditioner to keep your towels soft.

  • Soak oven racks in fabric conditioner to help remove burnt on food, grease and grime.

  • Use bicarbonate of soda and a lemon for the following: to clean chopping boards, as a degreaser, to remove soap scrum, as a drain freshener, to clean stainless steel and to remove water marks.

  • Use Aluminum foil and baking soda to clean silver.

When do you start your spring clean and do you have a tip you can share for those about to start?

I would recommend starting your spring clean after winter when the weather starts to improve. I always make a list of the jobs that need to be done for example, cleaning the cupboards, washing curtains and sofa cushions etc. I then tick them off as I go. It gives me a sense of achievement seeing them being crossed off and the list getting smaller.

How do you keep on top of cleaning with a busy life schedule?

I clean most days to keep on top of the cleaning. I spread the cleaning schedule over the week so it’s not too overwhelming.

Describe your home in 5 words or less!

Cosy, traditional, homely, inviting and warm.

Finally, do you consider yourself a member of the #HinchArmy?

No – But I do love @lynsey_queenofclean

If you’ve been inspired by Paul’s tips, make sure you check him out on Instagram! Feel free to share your own Dishmatic #CleaningHacks too on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram