NO much you furiously try and scrub it away, nothing spells disaster for a carpet quite like a red wine stain.

However, one mum has now revealed how a £10 Body Shop cleanser has fast become her unlikely miracle cleaning product.

Posting on the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It, the mum revealed how The Body Shop's gentle Camomile Cleansing Butter got rid of red wine stains in a matter of minutes.

Sharing her ingenious hack with the group's 76,000 members, the woman started off by posting a photo of the enormous red wine stain which covered half her carpet.

And under normal circumstances, we would have thought there was no hope of salvaging a stain quite this gnarly.

However, the woman then applied a generous dollop of The Body Shop's cleansing butter directly onto the stain before massaging it into the carpet.

And within minutes, the red wine splatter had magically disappeared.

Singing the praises of the unlikely cleaning product, the woman wrote: "Removes wine. Removes makeup. I'm sold!"

That's right, it's not just red wine stains this incredible cleanser can magically erase.

Another woman shared astonishing before-and-after images of how this £10 skincare product magically got rid of bronzer stains on her carpet.

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She wrote: "Camomile cream from The Body Shop works a treat believe it or not!"

Already a cult skincare product in the beauty world, The Body Shop's cleansing butter's rich, camomile-infused formula is gentle enough to lift even the most stubborn of stains from carpets.

In other words, we'll be stocking up on several tins of this multipurpose product for the next time we inevitably spill red wine all over the place. Sold.

For more incredible cleaning hacks, this mum has revealed how she transformed her filthy staircase with a £4 four-step method using Elbow Grease spray.

Plus this mum used a £1.60 two-ingredient trick to clean her filthy oven – and the results are amazing.

And this Scottish mum used a genius £2 cleaning hack involving baby bottle sterilising fluid to remove muddy stains from clothes.

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