There’s nothing worse than opening the washing machine only to find your clean laundry covered in tiny fragments of tissue.

Whether it’s a rogue tissue left in a pocket or tucked into a jacket, it can cause a huge mess in your washing machine.

Now, fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch have shared their go-to method for removing tissue debris from washed clothes.

Samantha Jane asked the Facebook group, ‘Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips’: “What’s the best way to get a wet tissue off your washing please? Had a tissue disaster.”

The post was inundated with responses but the most popular suggestion was to use soluble aspirin.

Jill Thomis said: “Soluble aspirin really works.”

Noreen Smith replied: “I tried the aspirin method it took two attempts but it did work! Any remaining bits came off with a lint roller good luck.”

Kathryn Powell commented: “I tried the aspirin method and it worked. I put six aspirin in the washer on top of the clothes and washed the items again and most of the tissue came off!”

Aspirin works by dissolving the tissue without damaging clothing, according to experts.

Aspirin can be bought from most local supermarkets and pharmacies. Soluble aspirin can be bought from Boots for 99p or £2.19 for My Pharmacy.

Deyan Dimitrov, CEO of Laundryheap, recommended putting four tablets into a bucket of hot water and dropping the tissue-laden garment into the bucket.

He then suggested leaving the garment in the aspirin mixture for two hours before rinsing them off in the washing machine.

The expert said the clothes should be “as good as new” once they’ve been rinsed.

Other suggestions from Mrs Hinch fans included using lint rollers, the tumble dryer or sticky tape.

Catherine Morley said: “The sticky rollers after you’ve washed it again.”

Maria Conder commented: “Tumble dryer while they are damp.”

Jonathan Hall wrote: “Sticky tape, wrap around your hand and keep patting or rubbing. Hoover with curtain attachment. Good luck.”