Make homemade fabric softener by using just vinegar or a simple fabric softener mixture that includes vinegar, water and hair conditioner. For a powder softener, use a mixture containing baking soda and Epsom salt as mai... More »

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Food.com recommends a mixture of vinegar, baking soda and water to make homemade fabric softener. Other options for homemade fabric softener include Epsom salt mixtures and homemade dryer balls. More »

One of the easiest and most effective ways to soften stiff fabric is to place the dry fabric in a clothes dryer on the "tumble" setting. Alternatively, place the fabric in a washing machine and add a homemade softening c... More »

Food.com recommends a mixture of vinegar, baking soda and water to make homemade fabric softener. Other options for homemade fabric softener include Epsom salt mixtures and homemade dryer balls. More »

Baking soda and vinegar make excellent alternatives to fabric softener. To use baking soda only, add 1/2 cup to the washer, and allow it to dissolve before adding the clothes. Otherwise, add 1/2 cup baking soda and 1/2 c... More »

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To use fabric softener, measure the correct amount in the product cap, and pour the product into the fabric softener dispenser on your washing machine or add it directly to the water during the final rinse cycle. Avoid u... More »

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People with allergies can use vinegar in place of fabric softener in the wash. By adding 3/4 cup of vinegar to the final rinse cycle, clothes come out feeling soft. More »

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