The Secret To White Fluffy Towels

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Does getting excited about new laundry tips make me an official adult? Seriously! If you told me a year ago that I would be making a blog post on towels I probably would have laughed at you. Over the past couple of months, I have been more and more interested in home decor, and home tips and a bunch of other stuff like that (hence why I made this post about the direction I'm taking my blog).

That brings us to today's post which is a method to keeping your towels white and fluffy! And if you have towels that are different colors other than white, I have a tip for you too. I also like to use this method on my sheets because there are few things better than slipping into fresh sheets that smell heavenly. 

Okay so are you ready for this super secret combination? Bleach and white vinegar. Some of you may already do this, and I know there are people against using either of these two ingredients, but it works like magic! I just use equal parts of each and boom....fresh laundry. Now if you have towels that are all different colors, you can use white vinegar and baking soda. And if you aren't comfortable using bleach, you can always just use the vinegar with your laundry detergent because the white vinegar works as a fabric softener without leaving that residue over the towels that regular fabric softeners do.

I hope you guys enjoyed this post! If you have a different method that you use on your sheets and towels, I would love to hear it and try it out as well! (I swear you probably think I'm 40 and not 22). Have a great rest of the week!!

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