A MUM has shared a simple laundry hack which means she never has to iron.
Liffie Fowler, 26, is a keen cleaner, sharing her tricks on social media with eager fans who learn how to do household tasks more easily.
The mum has revealed her laundry hack to avoid ironing any clothes[/caption]
Liffie is a keen organiser and cleaner[/caption]
She revealed she hangs her clothes on hangers to avoid ironing[/caption]
In a recent post, she revealed how putting clothes on hangers before leaving them out on an airer can cut down on ironing.
The trick also means she can hang out more items on the clothes rack by spacing them out.
Liffie said: “My partner mentioned about trying using hangers on the [clothes] horse.
“We’re a family of five so I’m constantly washing. I can fit more clothes on this way and they dry just as well.
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“People commented concerned about stretching of clothes but I haven’t had that issue. I haven’t taken my iron out since using the hangers.”
She uses lemon, bicarbonate and white vinegar where she can to avoid using store-brought products.
Liffie also relies on vinegar to clean any mould away in the washing machine.
Her method comes after a trick shared by laundry expert and CEO of Laundryheap Deyan Dimitrov.
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He revealed that while an iron requires heat and effort to get creases out of our clothes, you can actually get them out with zero effort and a couple of ice cubes.
Deyan says: “Ice cubes are the perfect solution to prevent creases in clothes.
“Place a few into your tumble dryer with your children’s school uniform.
“Run a standard cycle and your garments should emerge in pristine condition.”
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Deyan says: “Make use of a humid room in your home – search for a boiler room, airing cupboard or a recently used shower.
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“Hang your school uniform in the room until the creases drop considerably, if not completely.
“This can take between 30 minutes to several hours.”