BARGAIN hunters are shocked after seeing a British supermarket flogging a kitchen staple for as little as £1.75.
Savvy shoppers are raving about the super cheap way to clean air fryers – and you may already have it in your cupboard.
Bicarbonate of soda.
Air fryers have never been more popular, and are said to be cheaper to use than other kitchen devices.
As the cost of living crisis goes on, the nifty gadgets have become high in-demand as households look for ways to save energy.
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While they are cheaper to run, it's no surprise you can rack up quite a bill cleaning them, especially if you use them a lot.
The good news is there's a budget-friendly way to cut costs and clean them easily – all for just £1.75.
Shoppers have discovered the £1.75 boxes of bicarbonate of soda from popular chain Wilko.
The retailer is currently even offering a three for £3.50 offer on the product, so each box would only cost £1.17.
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Fans of the nifty trick have flocked to social media to share their excitement.
Plenty of shoppers posted the idea to popular Facebook groups Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK and Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips.
One commented: "Bicarbonate best thing since sliced bread got a big bucket I use it for everything."
Another chimed in: "Bicarb is an excellent cleaner on all kinds."
A third responded: "Great for cleaning ovens."
It comes as the cost of living crisis rages on across the UK.
Many are on the hunt for cheap deals and discounts – like these shoppers, who are raving over a miracle 70p cleaning product on sale at Asda and Wilko.
Meanwhile, bargain hunters were left shocked after seeing a British supermarket flogging Fairy Liquid for as little as 25p.
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