OKAY we'll admit it – we have a bit of a problem when it comes to surface sprays.We have one for every different type of cleaning emergency and if you ask us, you can NEVER have too many.
That said, they do become a problem when you're constantly knocking them into the sink whenever you do the washing up – speaking from personal experience here.
Well if you've also amassed a Mrs Hinch-worthy collection of cleaning products, you might just want to replicate this savvy cleaning fan's storage hack in your home too.
Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, the woman explained how she was inspired by Mrs Hinch and Stacey Solomon to overhaul her cleaning storage cupboard.
Sharing a photo of her Astonish spray collection perfectly lined up on a hanger, she wrote: "Over the door towel hook. Paid £1 in B&M. Saves so much space!
"Mrs Hinch would be proud! I would suggest putting half full bottles on the door just to protect the hinge but mines been fine hasn't effected the door in any way."
Previously, Mrs Hinch sent fans wild when she recommended using Poundstretcher cupboard poles to keep bin bags, cloths and cleaning supplies organised.
Meanwhile, Stacey Solomon has also utilised the back of her kitchen cupboards with magnets to keep her cooking equipment organised.
And needless to say, cleaning fans were also wild about this woman's towel hanger trick.
The post has racked up over 4,000 "likes" in the group – and members think it's a stroke of genius.
"What a fab idea," one replied.
"Love this," another gushed. "Will be doing this with my bottles!"
A third said: "I have got loads of cleaning stuff I could do with something like this."
For more tips and tricks, this cleaning fanatic got her matted 30-year-old teddy looking brand new and fabric softener was the key.
And this cleaning fan gets her scorched toaster sparkling in minutes thanks to 89p cleaning paste.
Plus this woman got her grotty, brass taps covered in blackened limescale spotless using 1p coin.
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