Thanks to the lovely Mrs Hinch, cleaning has bizarrely somehow become 'cool' again.
People are no longer putting off scrubbing their floors and doing a deep clean of the bathroom, and are now proudly sharing photos of their shiny surfaces on social media.
And many are discovering lots of clever, cheap and sometimes just bizarre hacks to make everything look and smell extra lovely.
Tricks involving bargain products, totally unrelated products and other unusual tools have been going viral for months, so we've brought together some of the best.
They're easy and cheap, and most importantly they could save you a LOT of time.
People in Australia have been covering their bathrooms in shaving cream, claiming it gets rid of the smell of urine .
They say it works better than product they've used before, believing the chemicals destroy the urine rather than just covering the smell.
One member of the group wrote: "I'd just like to say a huge thank you to the beautiful mum who said to use shaving cream in the toilet to get rid of urine smell. I sprayed it everywhere and rubbed it in went back a few hours later to wipe down and the smell has gone.
"It worked for me and yes I only paid a couple bucks for the stuff best tip ever! Thank you once again."
One from the cleaning queen herself - Mrs Hinch.
The mum-to-be showed her fans one trick to show up carpet dirt that is usually impossible to spot.
Posting on her popular Instagram page she advised fans to use their bathroom glass cleaners - known as squeegees - to help clean their carpets.
If a squeegee is scraped over the carpet it will lift up embedded hairs and dust that would just get pushed down by the vacuum cleaner.
When mum finally worked up the courage to clean her oven after nine years, she decided to share her method on social media.
She wrote: "I used bicarbonate of soda and vinegar and a nylon scouring pad inside the oven."
You can pick up bicarbonate of soda for just 69p at Asda , and white vinegar spray costs 89p from Warrior Warehouse .
As well as leaving her formerly filthy door sparkling, the simple acidic solution effectively cleaned the inside while the oven was still warm.
The woman also soaked her oven racks in the bathtub with a dishwasher tablet to get rid of greasy oil stains.
All you need is one little thing, which you can pick up for just £1 in stores such as Boots.
The secret ingredient is denture cleaning tablets, which are clearly a very powerful cleaning tool.
Mum Ali Moore had dissolved the tablets in water and used the solution to remove a nasty stain from her sofa, and decided to try the same method on her dirty shoes.
She dissolved three tablets in warm water, removed the laces from her shoes and then placed the trainers straight into the mixture.
While they were in the solution, she scrubbed at them for a little bit with an old toothbrush, before leaving them to soak overnight.
She said: "In the morning I put them in the washing machine with some stain removing washing powder and a towel (so they aren't annoyingly loud in the washing machine), and then put them out in the sun for the remainder of the day."
After trying a whole host of products to try and clean her loo, one woman discovered Scalex .
She wrote: "Tried Coke (nothing), tried citric acid (nothing), tried Scalex and it did change but it didn't help much", reportsMail Online .
"Then yesterday I tried a very strong mix of Scalex and this steel wool thing.
"In less than 10 minutes (pretty hard scrubbing), it now looks like this."
All you need is a pack of paracetamol tablets to get your iron sparkling clean again.
Turn your iron onto the highest heat setting.
Then, hold the Paracetamol tablet with a pair of tweezers and, taking care, rub it over the hot metal surface. You should see the stains quickly slide off.
Ashley Baxter discovered a £2.20 solution used to sterilise baby bottles,Milton Sterilising Fluid , left her whites sparkling.
She wrote on Facebook : "As little kids explore, spill foods, paints etc, I saw a tip on Mrs Hinch page about Milton steriliser fluid, (Mrs H hasn't done this, I tried it after seeing on a fan page it takes stains out).
"1 part Milton 3 part water in a large mixing bowl with boiling water."
It couldn't shift the permanent marker but made the rest of the stains disappear.