THERE'S nothing worse than applying fake tan before bed and waking up to discover your white sheets have turned orange overnight.
Luckily Mrs Hinch, who has build an army of dedicated fans thanks to her nifty cleaning hacks, has revealed a clever trick to save your sheets from orange stains.
The cleaning influencer, 30, took to her Instagram stories to let her 3.2 million Instragm followers know about the amazing tip, which is bound to help fake tan fans everywhere.
She said: "I thought I share with you a little tip I came across on the internet.
"Once you've fake tanned, you get an old bed sheet and you sleep in it, as mad as it sounds.
"You literally get into it and sleep in it and get into bed as normal, it stops any fake tan getting on your bed sheets."
Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hichcliffe, gave fans a glimpse of the £8 single duvet cover from eBay she was sleeping in for the evening.
Giggling as she hopped into bed with husband Jamie Hinchcliffe, Mrs Hinch giggled that she wouldn't be giving him any cuddles while she slept in the 'sack'.
The glamorous mum-of-one is famed for her spotless home, which is decked out in luxury looking grey furnishings and gleaming clean appliances – so there's no doubt Mrs Hinch's cleaning hacks are worth listening to.
Previously, the clean-fluencer revealed how to get her curtains looking picture perfect – using pipe insulation.
Demonstrating the nifty hack Mrs Hinch demonstrated the trick by cutting the piping into ten even pieces and sliding one onto the rod between each curtain pleat.
From showroom-ready curtains to fake tan-free sheets, Mrs Hinch truly in the queen of cleaning.
In other news, Mrs Hinch reveals the areas of the home we should clean more & her top tips on finding Home Bargains buys.
Meanwhile, a mum warns Mrs Hinch fans about the danger of her favourite disinfectant after it left her ‘skin on fire’.
And Mrs Hinch says she wears rubber gloves because trolls said her hands were ‘disgusting’ – and they even target her dog.
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