Vinegar is the trick for softer towels, whiter whites, and better-smelling clothes

One of the most adaptable and effective cleaning products is vinegar, which is also completely natural and has no negative effects on health. However, not many people know that it can also be used to remove stains and unpleasant odors from clothing.
Bacterial stains can be removed with vinegar as it is a strong disinfectant and has antibacterial properties. In addition, it is great for brightening light-colored clothing such as towels and underwear.
Because vinegar is natural, safe, and environmentally friendly, it is a great substitute for chemical detergents. Read on to learn how to use vinegar to reap all of its amazing benefits.
1. Wash laundry with vinegar and eliminate odors
Make sure to dilute vinegar in a small amount of warm water before using it to wash laundry. Vinegar and water work together to brighten and disinfect. For even more fragrant towels, you can add a few drops of essential oil, such as lavender or lemon.
Additionally, vinegar can be used to remove odors from towels. Add 20 drops of lavender essential oil to half a liter of water and a glass of vinegar and dip the towel into the mixture. Finally, clean and rinse thoroughly. Alternatively, you can wash the towels directly in the washing machine with hot water and two cups of vinegar.
2. Use vinegar to remove stains on clothes:
Apply vinegar directly to the stain and let it sit for a few minutes to remove it from clothing. Then rinse it thoroughly with warm water.
Combine two equal parts warm water and vinegar to whiten clothing or towels. After a few minutes, rinse with cold water to remove the vinegar.
3. Soften fabrics with vinegar
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