How To Simplify Your Washing And Ironing Process: Top 5 Hacks From The Hostess

Washing and ironing can take a lot of time and effort, and to make this process less stressful, it is important to know some tricks. Also, keep in mind that lemon will also help eliminate sweat stains; before washing, treat the soiled areas with lemon juice. 

1.Use a washcloth

Its action is the same as that of washing powder. The napkin is placed in the drum and the substances with which it is soaked wash away stains and dirt. There are napkins and white linen can be washed together with colored linen, and nothing will stain.

2. How to iron trousers without an iron?

Hang your pants on a hanger. Take a fine-toothed comb and wet it under running water. Pinch the trousers with your fingers where the line will be, and run the comb up and down the leg several times.

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3. Washing with essential oils

To give your laundry a pleasant scent, add 2 drops of rose oil, 4 drops of lavender, and 5 drops of lemon oil to the water before the last rinse. Or make a DIY laundry sachet.

How To Simplify Your Washing And Ironing Process: Top 5 Hacks From The Hostess

4. Drying in a tumble dryer

Place a terry towel in the dryer 15 minutes before turning it on - it will absorb moisture that may have remained. And if you put your laundry or clothes in the tumble dryer and throw a few ice cubes into it, you won't have to iron the clothes after that: they will smooth out on their own.

5. Use natural remedies

When washing natural fabrics, add a little citric acid. This will make the whites whiter, the colors brighter, and the heating elements will not scale quickly.

Lemon will also help eliminate sweat stains: Before washing, treat the soiled areas with lemon juice.

Also read: How to Get Rid of The Bad Smell in the Washing Machine

To remove harsh odors, soak your clothes overnight in a regular baking soda solution.

Adding baking soda to the rinse water will help soften the fabric.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

Sources: Today Lifestyle