By Claire Crick
Marks and Spencer's new range is set to take the chore out of cleaning...
Marks and Spencer has launched a new range of cruelty-free products that isset to send cleaning fans into a frenzy with prices starting at just 55p.
With cleaning more popular than ever thanks to online cleaning sensations like Mrs Hinch, there has never been a more popular time to get your home in ship shape condition.
And this new range from Marks and Spencer promises to make cleaning fun again with its fresh and fruity fragrances.
As always, Marks and Spencer has thought of everything... there are sprays for cleaning anything from bathrooms and kitchens, to floors and surfaces.
There are even fabric conditioners that will leave clothes smelling fantastic through the day, multi-surface wipes, washing up liquid, and even multitasking household cloths that will give the most expensive products on the market a run for their money.
Marks and Spencer's product developer Natalie Tate explains why she thinks the range is going to be a hit. She said "Our collection of cruelty-free cleaning products has something for everyone.
"We've used a combination of highly effective formulas and a mix of gorgeous fragrances to ensure household cleaning is a joy to be had."
But it's not just cleaning gurus like Mrs Hinch who have put cleaning on the map...
It has also been revealed that searches for cruelty-free cleaning have gone up hugely in the last year. Vegan cleaning is also more popular than ever before, with Google searches up by 100%.
Along with their exciting new launch, Marks and Spencer has also shared a few cleaning hacks that will leave your home sparkling.
According to insiders, a quick wipe with the new fabric softener from the range will give your sink a sparkling finish, and the Sparkling Wave Bathroom Cleaner will effortlessly eliminate tile and grout dirt after just one use.
And with spring finally here, what better time to get your home feeling fresh?
It looks like Marks and Spencer's exciting new launch couldn't be more perfectly timed.
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