A cleaning enthusiast has shared a tip for cleaning taps and sinks around the house, and the only item required is a two pence coin.
If not properly cared for, faucets and basins can become caked in limescale - which can be exceedingly difficult to remove.
Thankfully, one Mrs Hinch fan revealed their own cleaning hack for removing limescale from taps and sinks.
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Posting on the Mrs Hinch cleaning tips and tricks group, they wrote: "The 2p Hack! Can not believe how easy this was!
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"How? : If you have a build up of limescale around taps or sinks, grab yourself a copper coin, wet it with water and rub/chip away at the limescale and in no time it will fall off.
They continued: "I recently moved into a new property and tackled the taps this morning, had to share as I couldn't believe it."
The post has since attracted over 400 likes and nearly 30 comments, many of which were from people praising the tip.
"I love this hack," one Mrs Hinch fan wrote alongside a smiley face emoji.
A second commented: "Done mine yesterday fabulous".
A third posted: "I tried it yesterday and was amazed! All the products I've tried to get the lime scale off my taps, yet this was the one thing that worked!"
"Awesome," a fourth simply wrote.
Another shared: "I tried this yesterday for the first time on my kitchen tap...it’s amazing".