A MRS Hinch fan has taken to Facebook to gush about her fiancé after he bought her a collection of cleaning products for her birthday.
Displaying a Hinch-approved selection - from Minky cloths to Zoflora - the mum explained she had asked her partner for a "cleaning hamper" - and boy, did he deliver.
Showing off her new products on the Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It group - which also included sponges, washing up liquid, Lenor and toilet cleaner - the mum wrote: "When you ask your partner for a cleaning hamper for your birthday" followed by a heart eyes emoji.
And other social media users were quick to crown the fiancé as the "best boyfriend ever".
One called him "a keeper" while others tagged their own partners and husbands to take note.
Another wrote: "Omg, this is amazing I’d be over the moon" while one congratulated the mum for having him "well trained".
One user tagged her own mum and wrote: "Imagine if dad was this romantic" while another person admitted: "I'd have to marry him right there and then! GOALS!"
Others explained they would be concerned over what their partners might pack in the hamper, with one admitting her husband would be clueless.
"My partner would get me Tesco's own anti bac and some Tesco sponges," wrote one woman.
"It was my birthday yesterday I got a Duster!" Admitted another.
"(And he forgot!) until the evening... Can we swap partners?"
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