We've all been there. You pick out something nice to wear, realise it's a little too creased for public viewing, so you dive back into the wardrobe to find something smoother instead.
It's either that, or, you know, ironing.
And nobody wants to iron.
The team over at Lenor seem to know this - and that's why they've released a magic spray that apparently straightens out crumpled clothes without you having to grab the ironing board.
Unsurprisingly, it's proving very popular.
So, first big question: How does it work?
According to buyers who've already gotten their hands on the Crease Release Spray, you simply grab the bottle, pull on the handle a few times, and let the mist wash over your crushed clothes to even them out.
After that, you simply leave them lying flat for a few minutes and the garments are good to go.
They spray also leaves a nice smell behind, too, with the Crease Release available in 'Spring Awakening' and 'Gold Orchid' scents.
Second question: Where can you get it?
As far as we can make out, Lenor's magic spray seems to be available in two shops right now - Home Bargains and B&M.
It's cheap, as well - advertised on shelves for the modest price of £2.45.
We doubt Crease Release will bring an end to the age of ironing, but for a fast fix when you're tight for time, it could prove to be an excellent solution.
Have you sampled it yet? Let us know in the comments!