How to Keep your Towels soft and fluffy

Towel’s duty is as important as the soap itself. It’s been used to almost everything, but most importantly right after the shower. However, the hard water cycle friction can really be a weary thing for the fabric to break down. It triggers crisp to the fabric which is kind of bothering when you just got out from the shower.

If ever you asked how to keep your towels soft and fully, then you are in the right place.
We have carefully put the best info for your towel and your skin!

Over Usage of detergent 

Because of the soapy residue, towels feel stiff. You might be using a little more detergent than the suggested amount. To solve this, better recheck everything and also add another rinse cycle.

Warm Water

Warm water is good, since it absorbs detergent better, leaving less residue to your towels. You might also want to try dissolving your detergent in the washer before you add your towels. If you are asking how to do it, just start the wash cycle with the soap and wait for a minute or two before adding your towels. 

Use vinegar instead of Fabric Softeners

You might be really curious right now and ask why. However, it is not that hard to explain. Fabric softeners contain silicon that will make towels water repellent, with this, they won’t get a good wash.
If you are also curious why vinegar, you just have to trust the process. You can soften your towels by using one cup of white vinegar about every six weeks. This will remove the soapy residue that makes your towels rough and crispy. It will bring back softness on your towel while restoring them to full absorbency.

Run your towels in a regular washing cycle and then do a second cycle with the vinegar in lieu of soap.

Try Baking Soda

Baking soda helps to loosen up fibers and clean off any chemical residue. This will make your towels softer. You would only need to mix half a cup of baking soda with your normal amount of detergent. Do a normal cycle.

Baking soda naturally eliminates musty odors that have build up or might build up. So if you are a gym person and you left your towels in your gym bag overnight, there is no worries since baking soda already is eliminating such odor build up.

Don’t overload your wash cycle

If you put too many towels at once, it will only strain the machine and won’t allow enough room to rinse out the dirt and also the detergent from your towels. Same goes for your dryer, if you overload it, there won’t be enough air to circulate and dry your fabric making your towels stiff and not fluffy.

Try to use Dryer Ball

If you are not familiar with what a dryer ball is, see here: They are most commonly made of tightly compressed wool, but also can be made of plastic or rubber. Its main usafe is to prevent laundry from clumping together in the dryer by tumbling between layers and separating the fabrics. 

Dryer balls are reusable and odourless. They also speed up the drying process.

That’s it. Hope you start taking care of your towels more. With these steps, you’ll have fluffier ones!

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