By adding vinegar to the rinse cycle! Distilled white vinegar, to be exact. One cup is all it takes. Seriously, skip the fabric softener and opt for vinegar, which will strip away the built-up detergent and restore the towels‘ softness. To get the job done, add half a cup of baking soda to the rinse cycle. If you‘ve already washed your towels with vinegar, you can even rewash them using the baking soda instead of detergent. Simply pour the baking soda over the towels and go!
There‘s nothing like the freshness and softness of a new towel. Each time you bring one home, there‘s the hope that it will never become frayed, stiff and dull. There‘s so much potential…but the truth is, without some effort, that new towel is destined for the land of visible wear and tear. How do you keep it soft and fluffy? If you think the secret lies in loading up on fabric softener, you may be barking up the wrong tree. In reality, a few simple changes can make a big difference for your towels.
The most recognizable feature of turquoise hues is how they are able to pair with any color imaginable. They are so adaptable that any color can be their perfect match. This bathroom combines the lovely turquoise with a glamorous gold and a vibrant pink!
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