Have you ever thought to use aspirin for laundry? This drug has many sensational uses you never thought of. It is not just a good anti-inflammatory, but it can help you in a lot of ways.
No matter how much you struggle to remove stains on whites, they will not come out from the washing machine perfectly. If you use chlorine, it will destroy the fabric and ordinary detergents won’t give you the results you expect.
But the secret is aspirin. Just a few tablets can help you get the brightest clothes in record time, with minimum effort and, most importantly, naturally.
Put some aspirin into a basin with hot water. Let them dissolve completely and then dip into this mixture the whites that are stained or dusty. Leave them to soak for 8 hours (overnight is best).
Then put them in the washing machine with a homemade detergent.
Because detergents contain many chemical products (surfactants), being most highly injurious to health, it’s better if we do our own washing product.
Laundry detergent ingredients:
– 400 grams grated laundry soap
– 200 grams of sodium carbonate
– 200 grams
– 10 drops of lavender essential oil
Method of preparation:
Mix in a bowl grated laundry soap and borax, and then put the mixture into a blender for mixing powders. If you put this mixture into a blender for liquids it is possible that you’ll destroy the device.
Mixing in a blender is necessary to obtain a perfect soap powder. In this way soda and borax will mix better with soap mass.
At the end add the essential oil. Do not exceed the amount of the oil because the detergent power won’t absorb excess oil, and your risk to stain even worse your laundry.
After preparation, let the mixture to synergize for one day and then it can be successfully used both for whites and coloreds. For a laundry washing machine use you should add 1 full tablespoon of detergent and for dirtiest laundry increase the amount.
For manual washing, it is recommended higher temperature water or leaving the laundry to soak overnight. 10 liters of water is enough for one tablespoon of detergent.
You can also put aspirin tablets directly into the washing machine, but if you dissolve them and soak laundry in it, the effect is much stronger.