Mrs Hinch shares amazing hack for keeping her indoor plants dust free and smelling fresh

Another genius Hinch hack!
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  • Mrs Hinch has blessed the world of cleaning enthusiasts with countless mind-blowing cleaning hacks.

    And now the cleaning influencer, loved by millions, has divulged yet another genius trick for keeping your home fresh and clean.

    This is one for the indoor plant lovers out there who can’t stand the leaves and flowers of their faux interior shrubbery collecting dust.

    Taking to her Instagram story, Mrs Hinch (real name Sophie Hinchliffe) told her 3.6 million followers how to keep dust bunnies at bay and keep your fake plants smelling as great as fresh flowers.

    Whipping out a packet of scented tumble dryer sheets, Sophie explained she simply gives her plants a wipe over to pick up any grubbiness and provide a gloriously clean smelling aroma.

    READ MORE: Mrs Hinch cleaning tips you’ll definitely want to copy at home

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    So guys let me explain this picture to you, Henry is sulking because the bib I have shoved inbetween the two cushions behind him has food on it and he wants to eat it but he can’t get to it. I dressed Ronnie in the cutest outfit this morning but he absolutely hated the trousers so they were a complete waste of money! But we live and we learn. My hair hasn’t been washed in 3 days , I’ve run out of fake tan (how will I ever survive 😂), I’m obviously not bothering with make up and my coccyx hurts SO bad in this position but this is the way Ronnie likes to sit so .. that’s how we shall sit 😆 between here and the garden is how I’ve spent my first Mother’s Day with Ronnie, and I have loved every minute of it. Everything feels so strange out there in the world at the moment and with everything going on around us , I honestly feel so grateful and so lucky. I feel lucky that I have a comfortable space that I can keep my family safe inside. I’ve always believed that the simple life is the best life, and in times like these, it really makes you sit down and appreciate the little things. I wanted to give you guys an insight into my reality. So happy Mother’s Day from me and my beautiful handsomes. I’m thinking of all of you, especially those who find days like today, difficult. I love you all, stay safe , stay positive , and please stay at home ♥️ all the best xxxxx

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    The online icon, who is mum to one-year-old son Ronnie, has also raved about the power of using tumble dryer sheets to banish dust from blinds in the past.

    “The reason I use tumble dryer sheets is because they’re anti-static so they pick up all the dust,” she once said of her love of dusting with the laundry product.

    “You don’t need to wet them or do anything.”

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    Throwback to yesterday when my tooth didn’t hurt (still can’t get over this Pain 😂) But on a serious note guys I’ve never in my life felt a love like this! I want to be able to hold Ronnie like this forever , I want to be able to protect him from any pain or heart ache. But most of all , as he grows, I want him to treat others with kindness and respect, I want him to listen with the intent to understand not just to respond, I want him to be thankful , be grateful but most of all remember just how loved he is. After all Ronnie is the MOST important mark I will ever leave on this world. Happy Sunday everyone, have a wonderful evening! Lots and lots of love to you all and thank you for always being there when I need you most 🖤 xxx #mrshinch

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    This comes after the Essex based Instagram star opened up about the scars on her arms, caused as a result of her gastric band surgery.

    Sophie underwent the procedure when she was just 21-years-old in order to shed eight stone.

    After dropping a considerable amount of weight, Sophie was left with loose skin on her arms and had another procedure to have it removed.

    Telling her fans of her insecurities surrounding her scarred arms, Mrs Hinch bravely posted an up close image of the marks on her skin.

    ‘Lots of you already know about this because it’s written in my first book but I had surgery on my arms once so I of course have been left with scarring but this dress makes me feel like my arms are covered,’ she wrote.

    ‘Maybe this is a strange picture but…THIS IS ME,’ she added, ‘and I think it’s so important for people to remember that everyone has their own story to tell, we are all special in our own way.’