10 Mind Blowing Laundry Tips and Tricks

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Laundry is the bane of my existence, and I bet it’s your’s too. But I’ve posted some laundry tips that are going to change both of our lives! I can’t believe I didn’t know some of these things before now! They’re super useful and they’re going to make my laundry experience a breeze. Hip hip hooray for laundry tricks!

10 Mind-Blowing Laundry Tips and Tricks

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8 comments for “10 Mind Blowing Laundry Tips and Tricks

  1. Amanda
    May 7, 2015 at

    Great tips! I swear by white vinegar for my clients and myself. I found if you add 1/4-1 cup depending on load size it will soften clothes while cleaning the washer drum at the same time. Win for everyone! I save money while keeping the washer drum free of any build up or odor.
    Chapel Hill Laundry Care

    • Angela Almader
      April 21, 2017 at

      That is awesome. I need to do that to. When I do a bleach load I add 1 cup of baking soda to it to. It helps to get my stains out.

      • Amber
        April 21, 2017 at

        Thank you both for the tip!

  2. Carol Stefanski
    June 17, 2017 at

    To remove oil or grease stains, even after washing and drying use the following:
    1/3 part water
    1/3 part ammonia
    1/3 part cheap dish soap

    Use toothbrush to brush spot. If large spot, use scrub brush.

    I had a white dress that I had gotten chicken frying grease on it. I washed and dried it having forgotten about the grease. I mixed up this concoction and “brushed” out all the spots, rewashed and redried. They were all removed.

  3. August 7, 2017 at

    I use just plain shampoo [no conditioner in it] just the cheapest. Pour it on shirt collars and washable coats etc. Then just wash as usual in machine and presto it works. If shampoo can clean all the oils from your hair it will work on all collars no matter what. Enjoy

  4. Cher
    September 11, 2017 at

    I don’t know what it is but since I got fat (pushing 200 lbs) I keep getting grease spots on my shirts. I know part of it it from cooking but I still end up with stained clothes. I tried the WD40 trick with some success but any others have failed. I want to try this one that uses water, ammonia and dish soap but I have breathing difficulities so breathing in ammonia fumes would would not be good for me. I’ve tried all the commercial products with no success. I can’t afford to buy all new clothes. I need some more suggestions.

    • October 11, 2017 at

      Dawn dish soap works on grease, you can also pour it into washer Only Dawn! I also have found shampoo takes lots of different stains out- ink, lipstick, spaghetti sauce etc. I always try the shampoo first!

  5. September 29, 2017 at

    Try adding apple cider vinegar.to the recipe with ammonia.in it the vinegar will cut the smell of the ammonia

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