Mrs Hinch showed fans how she organises her makeup.
The cleaning influencer, whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe, gave her beauty storage a refresh.
She shared snaps of her messy drawers with her 3.6 million Instagram followers, before putting every item away nicely as her baby Ronnie slept.
On her stories, she wrote: “Ronnie is now asleep for his morning nap and this is the current state of my makeup baskets.
“I really want to sort them out and clean my makeup brushes too!”
Mrs Hinch started by emptying each of the drawers, which were filled with face, lip and eye products.
She then gave each a wipe down with disinfecting spray, before refilling them in a more strategic way.
Instead of throwing the products in her trays willy nilly, she organised them by category.
Foundations went in one, while concealers went in another.
Skincare was another bundle of products that was neatly packed away.
Meanwhile, Sophie’s tools, including mini scissors and nail clippers, were also separated into their own divider.
Any products that didn’t fit into Mrs Hinch’s trays were stored separately.
She popped a contour kit and eyeshadow palette above the trays in her first drawer.
The 30-year-old made sure her makeup tools were clean.
She disinfects her brushes by running them over an abrasive Scrub Daddy sponge with soap and water.
You should then dry them by holding them flat or upside down, which stops the glue in the brushes breaking down.
For makeup sponges, Mrs Hinch pops them in the washing machine.
To stop the kitchen unit from getting dirty, she encases the foundation-covered tools into a sock before washing them.
This should also stop your sponges from breaking down or getting damaged.
The finished results look very impressive – and Sophie seems to be pleased with her handiwork.
On her Instagram stories, she added: “All my makeup brushes and blenders are now dry and fluffy like new!
“So pleased it’s all done.”