Prevent potential health problems and avoid unnecessary repairs by removing limescale, soap scum, odors, mold and bacteria from your washing machine using these 5 cleaning methods that really work.
We're moving soon & the place we're moving to has a washer and dryer. To my dismay, I sold our washer and dryer. Way. Too. Soon.
Simple methods for removing and preventing nasty yellow sweat stains that can damage your clothing. Just about everything is found in your cupboards! The rest is as easy as following a few directions. Also, a few tips for hiding those sweat stains!
Save money on laundry detergent—make your own 100% natural laundry soap! You can have fresh, clean clothes while avoiding harmful chemicals.
This is my personal method for getting musky scents and yellow body oil stains out of bed sheets. It's easy and it works (not just for me either!).
Learn to use Soap Nuts to create your own completely green liquid detergent, cleanser, and moisturizing shampoo. Frugal and completely biodegradable.
A review of the Duggar family laundry soap recipe: a review of the soap recipe, and the effectiveness of homemade laundry detergent.
Homemade anti static recipes to eliminate static cling on synthetic fabrics. Home made fabric softener, static spray and fabric softening dryer sheets.
Drying your laundry in humid weather can be a pain. Fortunately, there are a few tricks to help you.
A sustainable household doesn't always have to have its own washer and dryer. You can save money and water by using a laundromat instead. And you can enjoy your time there.
Vinegar and salt does not stop fabric dye from bleeding. Find out what actually works and how you can extend the life of your clothing by preventing color run, transfer, bleeding, and fading.
Cleaning out that nasty lint trap doesn't require any special skill or those weird wands or special attachments! Here's a step-by-step guide on getting the job done fast!
Does line-drying save money and reduce the wear and tear on your clothing? Yes, and that's not all. Learn more about this old-fashioned method and why it makes sense.
You might assume that the washing machine kills viruses and bacteria on your clothes, but in fact, washing can transfer germs from one item to another. Here's how to properly clean your clothes.