Now, here are those tips!
- Remove perspiration stains from clothes by applying one part vinegar to four parts water, then rinse.
- Deodorant and anti-perspirants stains may be removed from clothing by lightly rubbing with distilled vinegar and laundering as usual.
- Cotton and wool blankets become soft, fluffy and free of soap odor if 2 cups of distilled vinegar are added to the rinse cycle of the wash.
- Clothes will rinse better if a cup of vinegar is added to the last rinse water. The acid in vinegar is too mild to harm fabrics but strong enough to dissolve the alkalies in soaps and detergents.
- When dyeing fabric, add a cup full of distilled vinegar to the last rinse to set the color.
- Nylon hose will look better and last longer if 1 tablespoon of vinegar is added to the rinse water when washing.
- To obtain a sharper crease in your knit fabrics, dampen them with a cloth wrung out from a solution of 1/3 distilled vinegar and 2/3 water.