Herein, we report a sequential deposition procedure to passivate the surface of a hybrid mixed cationic tin perovskite (E1G20) with phenylhydrazinium thiocyanate (PHSCN) dissolved in trifluoroethanol solvent. The photoluminescence lifetime of the PHSCN film was enhanced by a factor of 6, while the charge-extraction rate from perovskite to C60 layer was enhanced by a factor of 2.5, in comparison to those of the E1G20 film. A slow surface passivation was observed; the performance of the PHSCN device improved upon increasing the storage period to attain an efficiency of 13.5% for a current-voltage scan in the forward bias direction. An inverted effect of hysteresis was observed in that the efficiency of the forward scan was greater than that of the reverse scan. An ion-migration model as a result of the effect of the phenylhydrazinium surface passivation is proposed to account for the observed phenomena. The device was stable upon shelf storage in a glovebox for 3000 h.