Fabric Softener

  • 2 cups baking soda
  • 2 cups white vinegar
  • 4 cups water

Mix these ingredients and use 1/4 cup per load in the final rinse

4 Responses to “Fabric Softener”

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  2. Chris SH says:

    Hi Lee,
    What would you recommend to add to make this to smell nice?

  3. Janeene says:

    Hi Lee, I’ve always worried about adding vinegar to the washing machine – especially on its own as surely it would strip colour from clothing. Now with baking soda added, it would seem a double whammy of a natural bleach. Most of my clothes are dark (a lot of black) and I’ve had to resort to using liquid wool wash which I dilute into lots of water before adding to my machine – and still I get the odd “whitish” patch on my black clothes. So I’m reluctant to try vinegar and soda as a softener. Is it really okay for dark clothing? BTW I stopped buying fabric softener years ago when a washing machine tech stated that it gummed up the machine and also made the drainage system sticky. And of course – reduces absorbency of towels.

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