Mrs Hinch launches new homeware range at Tesco and prices start from just £1.50

CLEANING fans are going wild for Mrs Hinch’s new homeware range in her signature style, and you guessed it – everything’s grey. 

The cleanfluencer, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, has teamed up with Tesco for the chic 34-piece collection, which has just had new items added. 

Fans are in love with her minimalist grey home, and now you can copy her look with items starting from just £1.50. 

The cheapest items are facial mitts, and the priciest in the range is a grey velvet bedspread, for £35. 

Fans of the mum-of-one, who recently announced she was expecting her second child, can stock up on mugs from £3, cleaning cloths for two quid, with oven mitts and tea towels for their kitchen both just a fiver. 

Insta followers can splash out on a £4 candle holder, framed wall prints from £4, decorative drawers for £12 and organisers for their bedroom, which are on sale for a tenner. 

  • Hinch 3-pack tea towel, Tesco, £5 – buy now

  • Hinch heart grey mug, Tesco, £3 – buy now

  • Hinch Be Happy wall art, Tesco, £8 – buy now

And their bathroom can get Hinched with a matching soap dispenser, dish and toilet brush, from £4, towels from a fiver, £12 bath matts and an £8 laundry basket. 

Fans are rushing to stock up on the range, which is available online and in-store, with one person commenting online: “Just bought the oven gloves yday!”

Someone else wrote: “Oh my godddd need.”

While a third raved: “The drawer organiser and the basket I want.”

  • Hinch grey velvet bedspread, Tesco, £35 – buy now

  • Hinch face mitt, Tesco, £1.50 – buy now

  • Hinch decorative drawers, Tesco, £12 – buy now

  • Hinch ceramic bamboo toilet brush, Tesco, £10 – buy now

  • Hinch double oven glove, Tesco, £5 – buy now

And she revealed the genius way to clean your oven racks if you’re short of space & you’ll be amazed you didn’t think of it.

While this woman’s clever towel hack will stop your car windscreen freezing overnight.

Plus cleaning fanatics are using radiators to make their homes smell fresh and people are calling the tip ‘unreal’.

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