One of the most tedious household tasks is changing your bedsheets. Annoying and hard graft, but nevertheless vital. You get tangled in cloth and can only ever find one of your pillow cases, but after all is said and done there is nothing better than climbing in to bed made with fresh linen.

However, everyone’s favourite ‘Cleanfluencer’ is here to help. Social media sensation Mrs Hinch has come up with another genius hack to make this household chore, well, much less of a chore.

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Sharing her trick on her Instagram on Sunday afternoon the star explained how she groups all her bed linen sets into the pillow case to stop them getting mixed up in the cupboard.

She captioned it: "Where do I keep my fresh bedding? I store the whole fresh bed set into the matching pillow case!"

So basically Mrs Hinch has created a nifty trick that means that there will be an end to your mismatched duvet covers and pillows. Hooray!

But this isn’t everything Mrs Hinch suggested that’s bed related, she also has another hack to keep your sheets hassle free. After ironing the sets the mum-of-one then places Lenor’s £2 tumble dryer sheets inside he clean bedding so it keeps them fresh until it is time to put them on the bed.

Mrs Hinch posts many hacks to her Instagram account including earlier this month when she shared with fans a fabulous way to clean mirrors, by using Autoglym Fast Glass.

Primarily, the product is intended to be used on cars and is described on the bottle saying it “cleans all automotive glass, acrylic, perspex and plastic windows.”

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Autoglym says of the product: “Fast Glass is a highly effective cleaner, free of abrasives, waxes and silicones which leaves no residues but a crystal clear finish.”

In a short video Mrs Hinch writes “Let’s see what all the fuss is about” before the video shows her spraying it onto the mirrors.

She is then seen buffing the mirrored glass with a cloth revealing a sparkling clean surface below. The mother then later proceeded to comment on her story: “So it’s actually for cars but I’m impressed! Never used this before, it’s amazing!”

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