Aldi is now selling a selection of Mrs Hinch’s favourite cleaning products

If you’ve ever purchased a Minky antibacterial cleaning pad or got excited over a new scent of Zoflora, chances are you’re a Mrs Hinch fan.

The cleanfluencer, real name Sophie Hinchcliffe, regularly shares her tips for scrubbing every inch of your home with her 2.6 million Instagram followers, as well as the list of products she swears by to get the jobs done.

Aldi Mrs Hinch products
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Now her loyal followers, who refers themselves as ‘Hinchers’ and ‘the Hinch Army’, have started spotting her top picks for sale in their local Aldi stores at great prices.

In addition to the famed £2.49 ‘Minkeh’ cloth and various fragrances of Zoflora bleach, including a limited edition honeysuckle and jasmine, Mrs Hinch also loves Soda Crystals and white vinegar spray, both of which have been seen on the SpecialBuy racks.

Aldi Mrs Hinch products
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Sharing pictures of the range in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, customers couldn’t believe their luck at finding all of their go-to buys in one affordable place.

‘I know how much you love Zoflora!,’ exclaimed one who tagged a friend in a post, while another added that their Aldi also ‘had the new mandarin and lime’. In fact, some posts received more than 250 comments from bargain hunters keen to spread the word even further.

Aldi Mrs Hinch products
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Sophie herself hasn’t yet shared any Aldi haul snaps, but seeing as she’s given much of the range a glowing recommendation already, cleaning lovers can shop safe in the knowledge that their purchases come with the Hinch seal of approval.

However, if you’re planning an trip to stock up, move quickly, as it’s likely that it won’t be long until the Hinch effect (usually a complete sellout) hits. In fact, when Morrisons finally restocked its Minky range after Hinchers bought it all last year, the supermarket started limiting customers to just two pads per person.

Here’s hoping Aldi doesn’t have to follow suit!