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Cleaning experts have revealed the “best and easiest” method for keeping pet hair out of your washing machine.

Supporters of Mrs Hinch called the breach a “game changer.”

Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, became famous after posting housekeeping tips and tricks on social media and on television.

Her cleaning and organizing tips catapulted her to fame, and she now has over 4.1 million Instagram followers.

Mrs. Hinch’s fans have formed their own social media groups to share housekeeping advice and techniques.

In one of the groups, a user inquired about keeping pet hair out of her washing machine.

Kelly Walsh, a Facebook user, wrote, “I have a new dog, and she sheds like crazy!”

Every day, I sweep the laminate floor, and at the end of it, there’s a giant black fur ball.

“On the other hand, her hair is making its way into the washing machine,” Kelly wrote, “which irritates me to no end!” “Do you have any gadgets or gizmos that can assist you with this?” fans of Mrs Hinch asked.

The most common response was to purchase a “furminator” brush for your pet.

Debbie Manning described it as a “furminator for grooming your dog.”

“Rinse the machine after washing the dog’s bedding towels and clean the drum and door.”

“The tumbleweed of dog hair is starting to grow on me!”

Donna Reece recommended a furminator brush for grooming your dog.

“We had a cocker spaniel, and the amount of fur he shed was a game changer.”

Lynsey Lenk said, “The furminator.”

The undercoat is completely removed from the dog.

“It also removes the hairs from everything with a tumble dryer.”

Petra Hicks-Prescott said, “Furminator brush.”

“Get a furminator brush,” Suzanne Philson advised. “It’s the best and easiest brush I’ve ever used.”

“A good brush with a furminator,” Natalie Douglas agreed, “the amount of hair that falls out of them is incredible.”

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Claire Duncan wrote: “We have a furminator.”

It’s the best thing we’ve ever bought.

Anna Gensberg advised, “Buy a ferminator comb.”

Furminator brushes can be purchased for around £14.99.

A Furminator Undercoat Deshedding Tool costs £26 at Pets at Home.

Mrs Hinch fans also recommended using a robot vacuum or placing.

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