Mrs Hinch fan horrified after discovering her husband washes his ARMPITS with her Minky cloth – The Sun

WITH her straight-talking nature, warm personality and sparkling clean house, it's no wonder Mrs Hinch has won a dedicated army of fans across the nation.

When Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchcliffe, recommends a product, her loyal fanbase go out in droves to snap it up. One of her staple household items is the Minky, a doubl-sided cleaning cloth which can be used in the kitchen, bathroom or on a variety of household surfaces.

But for those not acquainted with Mrs Hinch's trademark cleaning supplies, the Minky can be mistaken for other things.

For instance, one woman had the internet in hysterics after revealing her husband mistook the cleaning cloth for a 'heavy flow sanitary pad'.

And now another Mrs Hinch fan has made people laugh after admitting her husband washed his armpits with the cleaning cloth.

Taking to the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It, the woman recounted conversation between herself and her spouse.

Her husband began by asking "You know this Minky in here, what do you use it for?" and then "Do you clean the toilet with it?"

His wife was left 'concerned and confused' by his questions – until he asked, "So am I ok to wash myself with it because I’ve just found myself washing my armpits with it."

After finding out the cloth was used to clean the bathroom, the man was 'worried his armpit hairs ware getting bleached'.

His wife found the whole exchange so funny, she had to share their conversation with fellow Mrs Hinch fans online.

Other Hinchers found it hilarious, giving the post hundreds of likes and comments.

One wrote: "Bin the husband save the Minky."

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Others shared similar stories of Minkies and other cleaning products being misused by naive family members.

"Reminds me of the time my dad used flash wipes instead of the the Andrex wipes," one person commented.

Another said: "My daughter nicks my new Minky for fake tan!"

For more news about cleaning, read about how cleaning fanatics are using plastic bags to get their showers gleaming – and the method takes NO scrubbing.

And this mum shared glass cleaning solution that leaves her windows and showers sparkling.

Plus, we shared how a cleaning fan gets her scorched toaster sparkling in minutes thanks to 89p cleaning paste.

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