Is this the most stylish washing-up liquid bottle ever? We think so…

Mrs Hinch would be proud...

Who says cleaning can’t be cool? Not us. Although it must be said, cleaning products are hardly things you want to keep on show. Even our Hetty the vacuum cleaner lives in a cupboard these days, bless her.

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But one thing we can’t really avoid leaving ‘out-out’ is the washing-up liquid. Sure, we could keep it in the cupboard under the sink, but it’s so often needed (well certainly in our house) that it’s so much easier having it on display.

This isn’t necessarily a problem if you have a personalised bottle of Fairy like Mrs Hinch. Then, at least, it becomes a talking point…

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AD |Hello my Hinchers!! I don’t know about you but the shine on a sink makes my day 😆😍 I could check out peoples sinks and cupboards all day mate .. (worrying)! Anyway .. As you may have noticed on my Stories I now use these specific Gregory gloves every time I Hinch! I was sent them to try but now I am genuinely in love with the things! They’re called the Killeen Grippaz! Do many of my Hinchers own these? I could be late to the party 🤣 BUT @killeen_ie who are the parents of these babies also have lots of other hinching products they sell! So show them some love , check them out and if you also use these Gregory gloves let me know your thoughts on them and I hope you’ve all had a wonderful day! Ps: Have you been hinching much? I can’t stop , I think I’m nesting 🙊 ATB 🙊 #killeeners 🧤❤

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…but what about us mere mortals?

Well that’s where eco cleaning brand Method comes in. It’s just released an limited-edition range of products with designer Morag Myerscough. And they’re more than pretty enough to have on display.

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Called JOYFUL, the Method X Morag Myerscough collection features Morag’s distinct use of pattern and colour, ‘providing a riot of joyful colour for the home’.

And even if Morag’s name doesn’t ring a bell, her projects probably will. She’s more used to designing on a grand scale, with her work featured at Battersea Power Station, the Design Museum and Sheffield Children’s Hospital, to name but a few.

Buy now: Method Limited Edition Washing Up Liquid Watermelon (532ml), £3, Tesco

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Image credit: Method

Her vibrant patterns will feature across several items in the Method range of cleaning products, which are famed for being made from plant-based, biodegradable ingredients. They include a foaming hand wash, multi-surface cleaner and washing-up liquid available for £3.00, and a gel hand wash, £2.50.

It’s not just the bottles that will pack a punch either – the products have a specially chosen fragrance of fruity watermelon, underpinned with mint, basil coriander.

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