Mrs Hinch has found a spray alternative to ironing and fans are loving it

Ironing is dull and tedious, with painstaking hours spent hunched over the board using elbow grease to rid your clothes of crinkles. But what if we told you there was another way?

There is a new crease eradicating spray on the market that shoppers have deemed “magic”. Lenor’s Crease Releaser is a spray that promises to rid your clothes of crinkles and creases.

All you have to do is spray the item of clothing with the product and ‘pull and smooth’ it to remove the ceases, then leave it to hang for a few hours.

Upon retrieval it should be crease-free and smelling divine. 'Cleanfluencer' Mrs Hinch, aka Sophie Hinchcliffe, is already a fan, having tried it out earlier this week.

She filmed herself spraying the product on her husband Jamie’s T-Shirt and over all gave it a positive review, writing: "It's not completely crease free but it's a definite improvement and it smells lovely”.

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Equally, fans on the Facebook group ‘Mrs Hinch made me do it’ raved about the product, with one writing: "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”.

Another commented: "I tried this on my husband's work trousers last night, worked fantastically.” While someone else added: "I think its amazing i love the stuff”. [sic]

Lenor’s Crease Releaser spray comes in scrumptious scents: ‘gold orchid’ and ‘spring awakening’. The fabulous spray is currently only available at B&M and Home Bargain for the affordable price for £2.45.

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