HINCHERS are always on the hunt for Minky cloths – infamous for selling out instantly.
However, cleaning fans are in luck as the company is now selling a three-pack bundle of the iconic ‘M cloth’ online.
M Cloth Anti-Bac Pad Mystery Bundle, £16.99 -buy now
For £16.99 shoppers will receive a trio of Minkys along with seven additional ‘mystery’ products from the company.
The product description reads: “Our better than ever, best value cleaning bundle will save you £££’s versus individual items!
“The new limited edition 3pk M Cloth Anti-Bacterial Pads will be included in every bundle, plus a huge selection of seven additional high quality Minky products!
“Minky’s best value for money bundle will feature a variety of scourers, microfibre cloths, kitchen and cleaning cloths, sponges, soak ups and of course, our limited edition 3pk M Cloth Anti-Bacterial Cleaning Pads.”
Mrs Hinch shared the offer with her followers on her Instagram story yesterday, posting a snap of her very own three pack.
However, just an hour after sharing it she posted an update revealing that the website had crashed due to popular demand.
The Essex based cleaning guru wrote: “Hinchers, unfortunately @minkyhomecare website has crashed due to high traffic! However, the 3 packs are still available to buy, they are working on it right now for us.”
Mrs Hinch – real name Sophie Hinchcliffe – went viral on Instagram last summer, thanks to her snaps of her immaculate home.
If you follow her page, you'll know that she gives some of her favourite cleaning products names, in order to make cleaning fun.
As well as Vera the mop and Dave the feather duster, her favourite antibacterial pad is named a "Minky", after the Minky M Cloth brand.
She admits that it "may sound odd to some, but it is a laugh for us all and now everyone is getting involved".
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