These 16 brilliant Zoflora uses should be at the very top of your Hinch list right now. The kids are back to school, the house is finally starting to look normal and you've got a spare few hours each day. What to do with them? Zoflora everything! 

Whether you've recently realised your appliances need a bit of TLC or are fed up with having smelly drains (gross, we know), grab your pad and pen and start writing yourself a cleaning list to get through. Also, just in case you're wondering, the Zoflora craze evidently isn't going anywhere since they've launched not one, but TWO new fragrances this summer (more on that below).



Even better? The disinfectant is completely safe to use around pets and it kills 99.9 per cent of bacteria and viruses. Scroll to find out what the fuss is all about and what seems to be be making it a winner in Mrs Hinch's eyes.

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Zoflora fans (or Hinchers) may already be aware of each and every Zoflora scent available right now. Good news for you is that they've added to their collection this year. 

Their brand new Summer Berries hit stores late August. Bursting with aromas of raspberries, strawberries and roses, the disinfectant can be found at Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Co-op & Waitrose now.

Another new release is their Secret Garden scent. It's a collaboration between Caudwell Children's charity and YouTuber Louise Pentland (otherwise known as Sprinkle Of Glitter). What does it smell like? A combination of wild flowers and citrus fruits. In terms of base notes, you can smell everything from amber to cedarwood and pathchouli. While some influencers may be enjoying the scent now, it will be available to purchase in your local supermarket at the end of September.

Give a warm welcome to our NEW fragrance, Secret Garden! A spicy blend of Geranium, Rose and Patchouli, it will leave your home smelling fabulously floral