Chances are, you’re not washing your pillows enough. Here’s how to do it the right way!
Does this look familiar? I washed my sheets and pillow cases the other day and was horrified to see the condition of my pillows. They were so gross! I almost threw them away, but I found this awesome hack for cleaning your pillows and making them last as long as possible.
Did you know you should be changing out your pillow every 4-6 months? If you have a high-quality memory foam pillow, they can last up to two years. One way to get the most out of your pillows is to wash them. No, I don’t mean, “spray them with Fabreeze,” I mean actually wash them. See how it’s done in the video below!
There are a few reasons our pillows turn yellow or even brown. First of all, we all sweat in our sleep. This is the biggest cause of discoloration in pillows and sheets as well. There are also some skin products or makeup products that tend to stain pillows. Plus, when you consider all of the natural oils our skin produces, it’s no wonder our pillows need replacing every few months!
This easy method for cleaning pillows involves tossing them in the wash and adding a few simple ingredients you already have on hand. Grab some hydrogen peroxide, lemon juice, and white vinegar, and get to sanitizing those pillows!
Mom Puts White Vinegar In With Her Laundry For These Unexpected Benefits
Most people have a bottle of distilled vinegar in their homes. Vinegar is often used for pickling and is common in a lot of Thai and Vietnamese marinades and sauces. However, did you know it can come in handy when doing laundry?
This all-natural, eco-friendly, and inexpensive household item is a very effective cleaning agent. If you are not using it on your laundry on a regular basis, you are definitely missing out on a lot of these benefits!
Tossing in a bit of vinegar in the wash will help keep clothes nice and soft. Your comfy clothes and snuggly sweaters will stay that way for much longer thanks to the power of vinegar! Not only will your clothes be soft to the touch, but they won’t cling! That’s right, no more static cling when you do laundry with vinegar.
White vinegar is a wonderful alternative to bleach for disinfecting from germs and bacteria. Simply add vinegar and rake in the benefits. Make color bleeding in the wash a thing of the past with a few splashes of vinegar.
There’s really nothing that vinegar can’t do when it comes to cleaning all kinds of laundry. Again, a lot of people turn to bleach to keep their whites white, but you can put that harsh chemical away in favor of the eco-friendly white vinegar.
Know someone else who could benefit from these amazing laundry tips? Share the love and make sure they know all about how to use white vinegar on their clothes! Watch the video below for more info on the power of white vinegar.