Stacey Solomon taps into cleaning market that could make her millions

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Stacey Solomon is tapping a market that may make her millions.

Tidier Marie Kondo landed a Netflix deal and “cleanfluencer” Mrs Hinch turned “hinching” into a term for doing chores.

The Loose Women star said her “stomach was doing somersaults” when the first copy of her decluttering book, Tap to Tidy, arrived from the printers yesterday, launching her new brand.

The title is trademarked so she can release a range of cleaning items.

“It’s been a dream come true to put all my favourite tidying, organizing and crafting projects into writing and share my weirdness with the world,” she said.

Stacey Solomon is tapping into a market that may make her millions

This includes hanging packs of crisps, clipping sponges to a rail in a cupboard, color coding her kids’ crayons and neatly compartmentalizing her batteries.

Stace, 31, has 3.9 million foll­­owers on Instagram, which has created a personalised Tap to Tidy “sticker” to add to her posts.

Stace, 31, has 3.9 million foll­­owers on Instagram, which has created a personalised Tap to Tidy “sticker” to add to her posts
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With rights to a range of sponges and brushes, and her book out in March, she could clean up!

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