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If you know your cleaning, then you'll know that when social media sensation Mrs Hinch decides to review a product, it's worth taking seriously. The cleaning influencer is one of many to be impressed by a new spray that is trying to make the arduous task of ironing no more. Check it out:
How, I hear you ask? Well, Lenor's Crease Releaser promises to rid your clothes of those awkward ridges and furrows if simply sprayed onto a garment a few times.
Then you need to 'pull and smooth' the creases, and leave the garment to hang.
After a few hours, you'll apparently find your clothes without any creases and smelling delightful, coming as it does in two different smells: spring awakening and gold orchid.
The spray has found favour with many on Facebook, who flocked to the Mrs Hinch Made Made Do It group to rave over the product.
"Wow," wrote Rachel Furness, posting to Facebook alongside 'before' and 'after' images.
Another convert wrote: "It works like a dream. Sprayed on crushed bed sheet. Pulled it after spraying hung over my clothes dryer and left. Went back later and creases gone like magic."
We all know the general public are going to get excited about this sort of thing, of course. But how would the cleaning guru herself, Mrs Hinch, get on with it? Pretty well, as it turns out.
"It's not completely crease free but it's a definite improvement and it smells lovely," she wrote on her Instagram after giving it a trial. The results do look pretty good on the image she posted too, and she also added: "I'll 'pull and smooth' it more next time too."
This all seems too good to be true to us (although perhaps less positive for iron manufacturers, sorry guys.) Such sorcery surely comes at a pretty hefty cost, surely? Think again.
You can pick up the Lenor Crease Releaser from any B&M or Home Bargains. And the price? A mere £2.49. Seems like a price worth paying for creaseless clothing forever.
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