Find It, Fix It, Flog it viewers have big problem with show's 'shameful' makeovers | The Sun

FIND It, Fix It, Flog It viewers are not happy with the Channel 4 show's makeovers – going so far as to dub some of them 'shameful'.

The show, which has been a daytime favourite ever since it first aired back in 2016, sees hosts Henry Cole and Simon O'Brien travel across the UK to fix unique items that were once lost in peoples' homes. 

But people at home don't seem to be impressed with the show's makeovers.

One user on Reddit posed the question: "Am I the only person that thinks 99% of the items they do up Find It Fix It Flog It are absolutely bloody awful?"

Users were quick to comment back, with one saying: "Don't know if she's still on it but that Gemma ruined almost everything she touched by painting it ghastly colours or slapping wallpaper on it."

Another wrote: "Only 99%? I've never seen one thing that's any good. It all looks like it belongs in a skip."

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A third commented: "Surely there is something better they could be shoeing than that crap. 10 year-old's on YouTube have more taste."

A fourth echoed: "You want to watch Money for Nothing. They get wooden furniture, paint it vile colours then sell it for £100's. Who the f*** is buying this s*** for 100's of pounds? It's f****** mental."

While a fifth added: "The producers of the show are the only buyers of that horses***."

At the end of every episode a professional valuer looks over Henry and Simon's work.

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In the latest episode of the reality programme the pair headed to Birmingham, where Henry stumbled upon a model metal tipper truck, which he was convinced would make some money.

Despite some of the viewers not liking the show, it scooped up the Best Daytime Programme of the Year at the Royal Television Awards in 2017.

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