Are your towels a shadow of their former fresh and absorbent self? We’ve got tips that will restore them to their former glory!
There is nothing worse than having funky smelling towels. Apart from the odor, after a period of time they simply stop working! In other words, they are useless for their purpose which is drying you off! You will love these tips that show you how to recharge and freshen up your towels using a couple of ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry. The results will be softer and more absorbent towels that are literally recharged!
You should also wash new towels prior to using them and these tips will help make your new towels more absorbent.
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We have included a video from Alaska Granny. Here she shows you how to de-funk your towels, lose the mildew smell and make them soft and fluffy once again. You will find you will actually be able to dry off a whole lot better! Click Play above to watch ⇑
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Some use vinegar only, others use a combination of vinegar and baking soda, and some baking soda followed by detergent. We suggest you start off with the video version and then check against some of the other recipes we have included in our post.
Recharge Towels via Young Living
Here’s another version that includes adding Tea Tree Oil with the baking soda in the final rinse. As you can see there are a number of different versions you can experiment with. If you have something tried and true, let us know in the comments or visit us on our Facebook Page with details and we will add to our post.
7 ways to use baking soda in laundry via Thirty One
While we’re on the subject of Baking Soda, we found this handy infographic that gives you 7 great ways that you can use this in your laundry. You can even make a paste and use it to remove tough stains. Be sure to Pin!