Mrs Hinch fans share hack for cleaning your air fryer that leaves it sparkling

Fans of cleaning guru Mrs Hinch have shared their advice on how to clean your air fryer, and they’ve suggested one solution that’s quick, easy, and effective – and will leave it sparkling like it’s brand new

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Mrs Hinch fans have shared their top tips on cleaning your air fryer

Air fryers have become incredibly popular as people try to cook in healthier ways, but cleaning them out is not as easy as it looks.

Sophie Hinchliffe, better known as Mrs Hinch, regularly shares cleaning tips on her social media pages and she’s become something of a cultural icon, racking up over four million followers on Instagram alone.

Her fans are so enrapt that they created a Facebook page in her name where they band together to share their ‘Mrs Hinch’-ish tips – and recently they turned their attention to air fryers, as the Daily Express reports.

One user asked the group if they knew how to clean the tricky kitchen item, and true to form the group soon came up with a brilliant solution.







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Ellie Mae Turner took to the Facebook group, looking for advice on how to clean one tricky kitchen appliance.

She asked: “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.”

Mrs Hinch fans flocked to the comments to offer their words of cleaning wisdom.

Nicola Smith offered a simple solution: “I use dishwasher tablets and boiling hot water.







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“Leave it to soak for a hour then give it a good rinse out.”

Rebekah Livsey stated: “I use Elbow Grease if it’s particularly messy then pop it in the dishwasher.”

Emma Satterford advised: “Mine is a quest and you can put the basket and drawer through the dishwasher which is brilliant.”

Fran Monson said: “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.”

Maria McAllister turns to baking soda to clean her air fryer: Duzzit Amazing Baking Soda.

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“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!”

Sam Bryan said: “Mine just goes in the dishwasher.”

Anna O’Donnell suggested: “I have a tower one. The basket comes off the handle and can go in the dishwasher or just soak in the sink and wash as usual.”

Ruth O’Neill seconded this: “I put mine in the dishwasher, I’ve had it about four years.”

Pat Campbell offered the following advice: “I don’t use any oil and wash it with warm soapy water straight after use.”

Imogen Barnard said: “I use Flash Bicarb of Soda.”

Shelby Nicole offered another simple solution: “Had an Actifry for several years, we wipe it down with a damp cloth once done.”

Starla Zabrina Bird gave a warning: “Just don’t use fry light in it, and it will be easy to clean!”

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