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An alternative to fabric softner!

TamTam
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
Hi everyone,

I have psorisis and cant use fabric softner so for the past few years I have been using Cider Vinegar instead and I havent had any problems at all. I use between 2 and 3 tablespoons depending on how big the load of washing is, my clothes come out great.

My son has really sensitive skin and I use it on his clothes too and he has been just fine.

Happy washing!

Hug


hipmommahipmomma
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
genius...how on earth did you find out that it worked tho?? LOL

chatelskierchatelskier
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
I use distilled vinegar, and use it for all my towels. It removes any soap residue, and makes them both soft and more absorbent. You can do the same with washable nappies.

chezchez
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
thanks hunni i will give it a try my baby has very sensitive skin x

mandxxmandxx
posted 1 decade 1 year ago
Wow brill will try that as my daughter has eczema. Clapping

noababynoababy
posted 1 decade 7 months ago
There are also dryer balls that work well. You need to use at least 2 per dryer load (you reuse them), but the more the merrier.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/GreenLane-Products-Drye...lls/DP/B000F5FNWU

angelmumangelmum
posted 1 decade 7 months ago
Won't the vinger make the clothes smell?

bonniebonnie
posted 1 decade 7 months ago
Sounds great will try it out Clapping

bridbrid
posted 1 decade 2 months ago

noababy said:
There are also dryer balls that work well. You need to use at least 2 per dryer load (you reuse them), but the more the merrier.


The dryer balls are great - and your clothes get dry quicker Very Happy

ElementaryElementary
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
I had a mechanic out for tumble drier (totally unrelated) and he saw my drier balls and commented on how many mechanical faults they cause Shrug

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