A Mrs Hinch fan posted on Facebook to ask whether anyone else used their Minky cloth in the same unusual way.
The cloths are a favourite of cleaning influencer Sophie Hinchliffe – and are great for wiping surfaces down.
The pads come with a softer cloth side and a rougher scrubbing side which picks up sticky stains easily.
They cost just £2.50 from Sainsbury’s and last ages.
But, cleaning lover Marina used her Minky cloth as her secret beauty weapon.
Posting in the Facebook group 'Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It", she said: “Does anyone else keep a Minky in the shower to use as an exfoliating pad or is it just me?”
Do you have a cheeky beauty secret? Tell us in the comments section…
Exfoliating in the shower can help to prevent ingrown hairs when shaving and keep skin bright and glowing.
Not to mention exfoliated skin is the best base for fake tan – so no more patches!
And, more than 100 posters liked the idea and plenty commented.
Some people agreed that they used the cloths for the same reason.
A women noted: “I use a cheap one lol.”
“Yes! I have three,” added another.
A third noted: “I have actually done this… I find it works better.”
While others loved the idea and said they’d try it out ASAP!
One person wrote: “Game changer!”
“No…. but I’m definitely doing this now,” added another. “One for exfoliating one for scrubbing the tiles!”
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A third wrote: “That’s a good idea that, you know.”
And a fourth said: “Such a good idea for fake tan!!”
Will you give this a try?
Recently, Mrs Hinch released a line of £10 reed diffusers with clever no spill caps.
And, the cleanfluencer shocked fans when she showed them the filth that's hiding in the kitchen plughole.
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