Thursday, January 14, 2016

When you buy towels, you expect them to last a while. But after a short time, their absorption can seem like it has diminished. Rather than wasting money on new towels, you can refresh the ones you own using things you probably already have at home.

Softeners and laundry detergent can build up on the towels. This will cause a decrease in absorption. Rob Mac has a simple solution using just baking soda, white vinegar and your washing machine.

How can you refresh them once this happens? Simple solution to follow….
Run them through a wash cycle with only hot water & 1 cup of white vinegar. Do not add soaps!
Then run them through again. This time using hot water and 1/2 cup baking soda. Again, do not use soaps!
This process will strip the residue that has built up and cause them to be fresh and practically new again. You will notice they absorb better as well.
Repeat this procedure as needed

While we are still in the middle of winter, you may already want to start preparing for spring cleaning. You can find some great spring cleaning tips in the video below.

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H/T: Rob Mac

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