How to iron wrinkled things without an iron – a life hack

How to iron wrinkled things without an iron – a life hack

Even the most stylish outfit will not look attractive if it has folds. Crumpled things create the effect of untidiness. If ironing is not on the list of your favorite household chores, you can find an effective alternative.

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Instead of wasting time on ironing, you should prepare a home spray, which, according to those who have already tried the life hack, “magically smoothes the fabric.” How to iron crumpled things without an iron, the Express edition told.

Of course, clothes should be stored correctly: it is better to prevent the appearance of wrinkles than to straighten the fabric later. But your favorite dress or shirt can get wrinkled even if it has been hanging in the closet for a long time.

Fortunately, there is an effective way to smooth out folds on clothes without taking out the ironing board and irons. An interesting life hack is gaining popularity in the network. Although sprays for smoothing folds can be purchased in local supermarkets, it is cheaper to make them yourself – and it is very easy.

Necessary ingredients:

  • white vinegar;
  • water;
  • hair conditioner.

That’s right – hair conditioner is a “secret ingredient” that, acting on fabric fibers, promotes their smoothing.

Step 1. You will need one cup of water, ½ tablespoon of white vinegar and ½ teaspoon of hair conditioner. Mix all the ingredients in a sprayer.

Step 2. It is important to shake and thoroughly shake the solution, since the conditioner has a tendency to separate into sediment at the bottom.

Step 3. Hang the clothes on a hanger and spray the spray. It should settle on the fabric in a light mist.

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