Laundry is quite annoying, complicated and most importantly a responsible process. Some effective tricks allow you to speed up and simplify this task. For example, some experienced hosts put wet wipes in the washing machine. It’s time to find out why it’s necessary and why people get it.
An average person spends about 4 hours per week on laundry. While modern washing machines do most of the job, we can significantly improve the result of the washing and save a lot of time with one simple trick. This method will certainly come in handy if you have pets or own a lot of dark clothes. Just put a wet wipe into your washing machine before stuffing your clothes inside and you’ll see what will happen.
We were pretty skeptical about this trick and decided to try it ourselves. And we have to admit that the final result exceeded all of our expectations.
No more lint on your clothes
Wet wipes help to remove lint and hair from clothes. They act as an absorber that cleans up small pieces of fabric, fur, and hair. All these particles end up on the wet wipes and, as a result, the clothes look much cleaner and you don’t have to collect all this debris from your clothes yourself.
How to do it right
Put no more than 3 wet wipes into the washing machine. When the drum starts to rotate, the wipes will mix with clothes and collect hair and fur. You should use new wet wipes for every washing to be able to see the satisfying results.
Make sure your wipes are dense enough.
The wet wipes should be strong enough to not tear inside the machine. Try to rip them into strips. If you can barely do it, these wet wipes are perfect.
Paper and fabric wipes won’t do.
Don’t try to replace wet wipes with paper or fabric. Paper ones aren’t firm enough, so you’ll end up cleaning small pieces of paper off of your clothes. Fabric wipes also won’t do the trick — you’ll just see no results at all.
Don’t forget to get rid of the scent.
If you don’t want your clothes to absorb the scent of the wet wipes, choose an antibacterial or unscented product. You can also add some fabric softener to get rid of the smell.
Have you ever tried this method? Do you know any other laundry tricks that can save the day?