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Adding one cup of white vinegar to your laundry will also decrease the amount of suds that builds up into the washing machine.  Have you ever added too much laundry detergent to your washing machine?  I have and when I add one cup of white vinegar to my wash it takes care of the problem in no time at all.  I look at this solution in two ways first it not only decreases the amount of suds that we have to contend with but it also cleans your clothing by removing stubborn stains and preventing color running.

Did you know that your clothes could be free from lent, per hair and other particles that stick to your clothing?  By adding just one half of a cup of white vinegar to your rinse cycle you will leave your laundry lint.  Lint can leave your dress pants an unsightly mess so add a little vinegar to that rinse cycle and you’ll be lint free.  This is also a good idea if you have a pet that is shedding.  If your pet is like mine and sheds all year round then adding a half of a cup of white vinegar to your rinse cycle will help keep the hair off of you so you look fresh and clean.

Since we’ve covered how to keep your clothes clean, stain free, lint free and free from coloring runs than let’s cover how to keep those crisp creases in your pants.  By using a mixture of one-third cup of vinegar mixed with two-thirds cup of water dampen your pants and iron the creases into the pants.  This mixture can also be used to press out hard to iron wrinkles. 

Caring for your clothes has never been easier or so economical.  With a reasonably priced bottle of white vinegar you can care for your clothes and keep them looking newer longer.

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