Mrs Hinch has taken to her Instagram Stories to show off a genius jewellery cleaning hack.
The cleaning guru, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, revealed how a £1 bottle of white vinegar and baking powder left her rings and bracelets sparkling.
You can see her tutorial in the video below:
Explaining the hack to her 3.2 million followers, she said: "Soak your pure silver bracelets, rings, earrings, in a mixture of 1/2 cup white vinegar and two tablespoons of baking powder for 2-3 hours.
"Rinse them under cold water and dry thoroughly with a soft cloth."
Mrs Hinch, who turned 30 last month, showed followers how to make the mixture, adding the vinegar and the baking powder and revealing: "I love the fizz [...] I pop a cloth underneath just in case it overflows."
She can then be seen adding her silver rings to the concoction, before leaving them to soak for a few hours.
And later in the day, Mrs Hinch returned to check on her jewels, showing off the impressive transformation in a before and after photo.
She could be seen drying off the rings with a cloth before lining them up for an after photograph.
While in the 'before' snap, the jewellery looked remarkably duller, they appear to be sparkling clean in the after shot.
Earlier this year, Mrs Hinch revealed a simple hack to washing beauty blenders.
After asking her followers how they wash theirs, she later revealed on her page that popping them in a sock and sealing with a bobble before putting them in the washing machine is her method of choice.
She said on her story: "One of the most popular answers guys was: Pop the beauty blenders into an old sock, tie with a hairband and Chuck into the washing machine! So I'm gonna give it a go!"
She later posted the results on her page and the blenders looked squeaky clean.