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Are your towels feeling rough and musty? The Doctors share a simple and effective tip on how to keep your towels soft and smelling fresh, and it's something you most likely already have in your house!
They suggest using distilled white vinegar when washing your next load of towels. Following the steps below to revive your towels:
• Add 1/2 cup – 1 cup (depending on load size) of distilled white vinegar to the fabric softener dispenser
• The vinegar will automatically dispense during the final rinse cycle, leaving towels softer
• The vinegar helps pull soapy chemical buildup and hard water deposits out of the towel’s fibers
• Do NOT use apple cider vinegar or balsamic vinegar!
Remember to add distilled white vinegar to your laundry only as needed and not every time you do laundry.