Ironing is one of the most tedious chores out there.
So if you hate the household task as much as we do, you should probably listen up.
Cleaning fans are raving about Lenor’s Crease Release product.
The £2.49 can be sprayed onto your wrinkled clothing – and it helps to smooth the fabric down.
Mrs Hinch, a housework whiz with 3.3 million followers on Instagram, gushed about the product this week.
And Facebook users have been enjoying the Lenor item too.
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On the Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It group, a woman showed how the spray transformed her crumpled T-shirt.
She also used the product on her bed sheets – and it worked equally as well there too.
The Facebook user added: “Wow. 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 said: “Can’t get enough of crease release.
“It’s from Home Bargains but B&M sell it too.”
And a third added: “It’s amazing!
“I have a line of clothes out – straightened them, sprayed them and (there’s) no creases.”
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B&M, Tesco and Home Bargains are stocking Lenor Crease Release for around £2.49.
The item comes in two floral scents – spring awakening and gold orchid.
But as the product is so hyped, customers have been finding it tricky to find it in stores.
To avoid any hassle, it’d be wise to ring up your local store to see if the item is available before heading out shopping.
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