Mrs Hinch reveals the six gadgets that keep her home spotless & she couldn't live without – & most are under £10

MRS Hinch is obviously an expert when it comes to cleaning and keeping her house spotless.

And now, fans will be delighted to hear that they can follow in her footsteps as she's finally revealed the top six gadgets that she "couldn't live without."

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, 32, took to her Instagram stories and started off by praising a shampoo silicone brush, which can be bought on eBay for as little as £2.26.

She shared a short clip where she's seen brushing her wet hair in the shower.

The silicone bristles on the brush are designed for gentle stimulation of the scalp and boosts the circulation of oxygen, blood and nutrients to the area, encouraging healthier hair growth.

Next up is a £4.20 clever cutter knife, again from eBay, which is a combination food chopper and carving board.


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It's designed to make cutting, slicing and dicing quick and easy – perhaps why it's such a firm favourite for the busy mum-of-two.

As for the most unusual gadget on the list, that's awarded to the £7.99 grape and tomato slicer from Amazon.

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Mrs Hinch also praises a sonic scrubber, which retails for £18.99 on Amazon and "powers clean difficult-to-reach and difficult-to clean areas easily."

And she also says she couldn't live without her £11.99 Dynamo label maker, which she picked up from Home Bargains.

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And the final gadget on her recommended list is a space-saving stack and slide cutlery drawer, which is the most expensive at £20, and is from John Lewis.

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Sophie Hinchcliffe, who has close to 4.4million followers on Instagram, rose to fame a few years ago with various home hacks.

Now, her fans have even started dedicated cleaning pages on social media.

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