HOME Bargains is selling two new cleaning products from one of Mrs Hinch’s favourite brands, The Pink Stuff.
The cleaning guru swears by the pots of the Miracle Cleaning Paste and now the brand behind the goods, Stardrops, has launched two new products.
1 Star Drops has launched two new The Pink Stuff productsCredit: Star Brands
The Pink Stuff The Miracle Cream Cleaner and Multi-Purpose Cleaner are both being exclusively stocked at the discounter and only cost 99p each.
The liquid “Miracle” cream cleaner comes in 500ml bottles and is designed to remove grease and grime from hard surfaces.
The multi-purpose cleaner is a spray 750ml spray version that also gets rid of tough, greasy stains.
Both products are 30p more expensive than the pots of paste though, which cost just 69p from Poundstretcher – the cheapest price we could find.
Mrs Hinch shares her must have products for a good clean bathroom
An eagle-eyed shopper spotted the goods in their local store before posting a photo on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.
One happy customer wrote: “I love this stuff. I bought the paste on Monday for the first time and now my kitchen and bathroom are gleaming.”
Another said: “I always use the paste. It’s fab but I’ve never seen the bottles though.”
You can’t buy them online so you’ need to head to your nearest Home Bargains store if you want to get your hands on the latest ones.
Shoppers have been sharing their incredible before and after shots of the things they’ve cleaned using The Pink Stuff online.
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Home Bargains is also selling an amazing wood cleaner for £1.30 that cleaning whizz Mrs Hinch also loves.
But the Instagram star – real name Sophie Hinchcliffe, 29, – is being investigated by the advertising watchdog for plugging products for cash.
It’s been revealed that the “cleanfluencer” earns an eye watering £5,000 per post on social media.
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