'I barely use my iron': Mum's £2.49 hack to avoid laborious chore – 'it’s so easy'


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A mum has wowed TikTok users with a quick and clever hack to get creases out of clothes, no iron required. She posed the housework hack to her 50,000 followers on the social media app, where she has amassed 620,000 likes for her videos on the platform.

Cleaning enthusiast Charla wrote on her account @charlascleaninghacks, how a cheap product has liberated her from the chore of ironing.

She said: “I barely use my iron like I use to, since Lenor Crease Releaser. It’s so easy to use on my son’s t-shirts.”

Lenor’s Crease Releaser in the Spring Awakening scent costs £2.49 at ASDA. It’s described by the brand as “like an iron in a bottle” for “when you can’t or hate ironing.”

To use it, spray the product on clothes and then pull them gently to pull out the crease.

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Another said: “I use (the product) then just give it a quick blow using a hair dryer.”

“I love this stuff,” one wrote, “so much easier for kids’ polo shirts.”

One commented: “I use it the night before and it makes the clothes smell like they’ve just come out the wash good hack tbh.”

One joked: “Yes!! Probs cheaper than running an iron these days anyway.”


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