Mrs Hinch is known for having an immaculate home.
But on her Instagram stories this week, the cleaning influencer revealed that her floors have been giving her some problems.
The cleaning influencer, who boasts 3.1 million followers, said she enjoys using a cheap mop.
She demonstrated how she uses the Flash Powermop to get her floors sparkling – and the pads lifted up a surprising amount of dirt.
Mrs Hinch explained: “These floors can be deceiving. Ever since we’ve had the drive-thru (kitchen peephole) installed, there’s been loads of wall dust.
“So I need to give the whole downstairs a once over. I’ll show you what I manage to collect.”
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Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, brushed the mop over her floors in a similar motion to vacuum cleaning.
Grime began collecting on the device’s pad – and when the job was done, she simply put the cloth in the recycling.
It’s not just the housework whiz who loves the Flash Powermop.
The product, which is currently being sold in the Wilko sale for £15, has a 4.8/5 star rating.
Happy customers have also taken the time to leave rave reviews.
One commenter remarked: “Bought this while it was on offer and I’m really pleased with it.
“Does a great job and dries really quickly.”
Another said: “I bought this a few weeks ago and love it. Really makes me feel the house is clean.”
And a third added: “The Flash Speed Mop has made my life so much easier.
“Instead of having to go through the long process of filling a bucket, mopping with all the windows open in the hope it dries quickly without ruining the flooring, I can now grab the flash mop and go!
“The solution smells lovely and it’s just so quick and easy to mop regularly.”
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