A MUM has revealed how she gets creases out of clothes instantly using a £2.50 spray from Home Bargains.
Taking to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing & Bargains UK she shared the amazing before and after results on a cotton t-shirt.
She used the Lenor Crease Release spray, which she claims gets to work in “seconds” and the proof is in the after snap which sees the top completely ironed out.
Captioning her snaps she wrote: “Lenor Crease Release – I know it’s been out for a bit now, But it’s really good to have in the house, If you’re in a rush and haven’t got time to iron, spray it on, works in seconds! 👌🏼
She warned: “Does make wooden floor tiles or even carpets slippy so be careful .. I do mine on a fluffy rug so it’s not bad – I got mine Home and Bargain £2.49.”
Fellow group members were seriously impressed with the results, and were keen to get their hands on a bottle of the ‘magic’ spray.
Commenting on the post, one wrote: “I need this for my Egyptian cotton bed sheets thanks for sharing.”
“I’ll try anything, I hate ironing” agreed another, while a third wrote, “This stuff is amazing!!”
Crease releasing sprays work by helping to relax the fibres of your fabric so that the wrinkles can be removed – which makes them perfect for travelling or if you really can’t stand ironing.
Unsurprisingly, cleaning fans are now desperate to get their hands on the spray – which is already fetching up to £10-a-bottle on eBay.
In other cleaning news, this mum praised a £2 Wilko spray for making mattresses smell fresh and lifting stains as her daughter struggled with bed wetting.
And this mum shared stomach-churning photos of her filthy bath water after deep-cleaning her bedsheets.
Plus professional cleaners raved about a £2 ASDA spray which gets limescale-encrusted sinks sparkling in seconds.