Stains such as grease marks and Sellotape residue are a pain to remove but one savvy cleaning tip suggests using mayonnaise to remove sticky marks.
You might have spent ages scrubbing at grimy residue, trying to get it off, with no luck but according to cleaning experts on social media, there's an easier way and you probably already have in your fridge.
Mrs Hinch fans on Facebook have been sharing their top tips in the group, Hinch Army Cleaning Tips and a great deal of their hacks involve a spoonful of mayonnaise, reports the Mirror.
Members of the group claim spreading full fat mayo on a dirty mark on a hard surface, such as a window frame or cupboard door, and leaving it on for at least 30 minutes (but preferably a few hours) will do the trick.
Once the time is up, simply wipe off, and your surface should be good as new.
Others advise mixing the mayonnaise with warm soapy water, applying and taking the mayonnaise off several times throughout the day and wiping off with cooking oil, but it seems these steps are totally up to you.
This new cleaning trick comes after a woman revealed the brilliant way she removes stains from her old baking trays.
Louise Wright shared before and after photos of her trays on Facebook, proving that her method works, and all you need to try it out for yourself is a 2p coin.
She explained: "Don't bin baking trays.
"I spend a fortune on baking trays because I buy the cheaper range and they don't last long being marked by tough cooking stains. But I tried the 2p trick going about and it worked."
She continued: "Rub baking tray with the 2p and then wash as you would with daily dishes.
"It works, takes away the burnt marks left from baking/cooking. No more binning and replacing."
Hundreds of people liked and commented on the post, thanking Louise for sharing the tip.
One person replied: "Fabulous, thank you."
Another said: "OMG the money I've wasted throwing them away."