THERE'S no denying that what Mrs Hinch says goes in the cleaning world, so when she recommends a cloth that's perfect for soaking up spillages in the home, people go running.
Answering a fan question on her Instagram Stories, Sophie Hinchcliffe, revealed that the SPh2ONGE Cloth was her go to in the kitchen and shoppers have been raving about it too.
The lightweight cloth made from a super absorbent material that the brand claims holds eight times its weight in liquid so it's perfect to use in the kitchen or bathroom.
Mrs Hinch showed her 4.1 million followers how she uses it on her kitchen worktop as well as when she's cleaning out her fridge.
And priced at just £6.37 on Amazon, it's not hard to see why people are rushing out in droves to pick one up themselves.
Over 1,000 shoppers have left five-star reviews after picking one up online.
According to reviews, it doesn't leave streaks and can soak up any residue, including condensation on windows, splashes in the bathroom and spills in the kitchen.
Many have gone as far as to say the cloth is a "cleaning essential' and is"worth every penny" – and that's convincing enough for us.
"Oh my…. love love love," one happy customer raved online."Absolutely makes every look clean and shiny, my new favourite for high gloss furniture and kitchens mirrors, no streaks and just water and cloth."
- Sph2onge Extremely Absorbent Cleaning Cloth, £6.37 from Amazon – buy here
Another impressed shopper agreed, adding: "This thing is absolutely unbelievable. It feels pretty horrible- and has the weirdest texture- I was super sceptical. It's absolutely brilliant.
"No idea how it absorbs so much water but I feel like it could suck up a tsunami, will defo be getting more and potentially just using them as a towel for the dog- just absolutely brilliant."
Another person even said they use it to "mop up the bathroom floors after baths and showers" and that it "dries up instantly and doesn't leave any smears."
Sunbeams – Britain’s biggest baby competition is back, with £1000 up for grabs!
BRITAIN’S biggest baby competition is back and we are looking for the King or Queen of the crèche.
The Sun is hunting for Britain's bonniest baby.
Not only could your child be crowned the cutest baby, there's also an £1,000 prize up for grabs.
Think your baby has a winning smile? Well, entering couldn’t be easier.
Simply upload a pic – and give us a little info – on our entry form.
Note: you must be a parent or legal guardian of the baby to enter.
We can only accept a photo if you've taken it yourself, or have permission to upload it and enter from the person who did.
And the photo must not have been edited or altered with a filter.
Finally, your baby must be aged two or under on 12 April, 2021 – the last day for submissions – and a UK resident.
Our panel of judges will choose 48 finalists from all the entries.
Parents/guardians of the babies selected will be notified by email before 18 April, when the public vote begins, right here on The Sun.
All good? Best of luck
Meanwhile, professional cleaners reveal why the five-second rule is a must when Spring cleaning & the common mistakes we all make.
Plus a cleaning fanatic says vinegar is the secret to fixing EVERYTHING – from removing clothing stains to limescale on toilets.
And Mrs Hinch in tears as she shares transcripts of abuse from vicious trolls – but claims police say it ISN’T harassment.
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