Here are three frugal recipe ideas that make use of vinegar’s ability to work as a homemade fabric softener. This first recipe is the one that I’m currently using which is a combination of water, vinegar, and hair conditioner. There’s no need to use an expensive hair conditioner in this recipe.
Vinegar is excellent for removing soap residue from your clothes and is also a natural softener & whitener. It will make your towels more absorbent, eliminates static cling and is a great alternative for people with skin allergies. Recipe #1: Vinegar Fabric Softener. I’ve been using this recipe for several months & have had excellent results.
Add ½ cup of homemade liquid fabric softener to final rinse cycle via the fabric softener dispenser or with a fabric softener ball. 9. Homemade Dryer Sheets. Using the homemade liquid fabric softener recipe from above these homemade dryer sheets use vegetable glycerin to soften and deodorize your laundry.
How to Make Fabric Softener. If you want a more ecological or more economical alternative to commercial fabric softeners, you can make your own at home. Here are a few simple methods you can use. Combine vinegar with 25 to 30 drops...
This vinegar fabric softener recipe from Crunchy Betty is really easy to make. All you need for this recipe is a little vinegar, some essential oils, and a spray bottle. This recipe helps get your laundry feeling softer (without that horrible chemical fake softness of commercial fabric softeners) and helps cut down on static too! ...
Natural homemade fabric softener leaves laundry soft and static free without a chemical film or artificial fragrance. Learn how to make homemade fabric softener dryer sheets. It’s easy and affordable to replace your current fabric softener with a more natural alternative. This post uses ...
The first one is the epsom salt fabric softener crystals. Then we used those to make the second – the liquid fabric softener with baking soda and vinegar. Then you soak rags in that liquid softener to make sheets – the third type. The fourth is the wool dryer balls, followed by the Rosemary Mint Fabric softener.
Wayyy back in the day, I posted here on the blog about a simple way to make your own fabric softener. The recipe was basically just water, white vinegar, and hair conditioner. At the time, I just used whatever hair conditioner I happened to have on hand. But a few months later, my sister Rebecca ...
This DIY Fabric Softener saves you money, is easy to make, and it really works! Check out our tried and true Homemade Fabric Softener Recipe! We are back and this time with one of our FAVORITE DIY recipes! DIY Fabric Softener! I don’t go through fabric softener as quickly as I do laundry soap ...
For those of you worried about using Epsom salt, this recipe pretty much works with any type of salt! I use kosher salt, and have been making it for years, and it comes out great! Can find lots of fun essential oil blends out there as well (I sometimes even make pumpkin pie fabric softener).