Mrs Hinch has shared a simple hack to her army of fans to find out whether a new cleaning fragrance worked around the house.
The cleaning expert, real-name Sophie Hinchliffe, recently bought a new scent of her favourite antibacterial disinfectant, Zoflora, and was excited to find out if she liked the smell of it.
The 30-year-old showed the "limited edition" product to her 3.7 million followers on her Instagram Story.
She bought a bottle of the "peony blush" scent before revealing how to properly test its fragrance.
In the clip, she pours a small amount of the liquid into a large glass jar before filling it with hot water.
Mrs Hinch leaves the jar open as the disinfectant mixture turns a milky white. She places it right by the sink in the kitchen and leaves it overnight.
She says: "The only way I can work out if I like a new scent of Zoflora!
"I'll know instantly when I wake up in the morning and walk into the kitchen."
The next morning, the cleaning whizz gives her seal of approval, saying: "The peony blush in my kitchen is smelling amazing".
She also gives tips to her fans on how to reuse the mixture on other household items.
One easy way is to pour the liquid into the toilet so it can clean the rim as well as to get rid of the smell.
Another hack is to soak the clothes in the liquid for a quick wash.
The third hack is to dip it in a cleaning cloth and use it to disinfect any touching points in the house.