Mrs Hinch fans rushing to buy Zoflora candles in Home Bargains – they 'smell amazing' and are a total steal | The Sun

MRS Hinch fans are no strangers to Zoflora products when it comes to keeping their homes clean.

The cleaning range is made even more popular because of their great scents, leaving your homes smelling as good as it looks.

Now they've launched their own candles priced at just £2.49.

Home Bargains has launched an exclusive new line of Zoflora candles in three of the most sought after fragrances – Midnight Blooms, Linen Fresh and Rhubarb & Chassis.

And shoppers have been rushing to pick up the new item in t he budget store this week.

Scots mum Lauren (@laurenscleaning) gushed she "found the new Zoflora candles" as she shared her "mini Home Bargains haul" on TikTok yesterday.

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And other social media users are going wild for the cleaning firm's new product.

One said: "Run, don't walk to Home Bargains. They smell amazing and so strong."

While a second wrote: "New Zoflora candles. They are amazing. I love them.

"The smell around my house is another level, I just don’t get from other candles what I am getting from Zoflora."

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Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchcliffe, recently  shared an easy 10p Zoflora hack to make bin fresheners and banish smelly odours – and it really works.

The cleaning guru shot to fame thanks to her cleaning tips and tricks on Instagram.

In a recent social media video, she used a sticky pad that's commonly used to stop furniture feet from scratching the floor and coated it in Zoflora, before sticking it to the inside of the bin.

This helps to keep the bad odours at bay and ensures the bin stays smelling fresh.

She told followers: "They smell so good."

A pack of 18 felt furniture protector mats cost just £1.50 from Wilkos and a bottle of Zoflora costs £1.30.

Each furniture protector costs just 8p and the amount of Zoflora you need works out to just a penny.


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