THERE'S nothing sadder than buying a set of fluffy towels – only for them to lose their softness over time.
Fortunately a woman has revealed her hand advice for keeping them like new, despite multiple washes, if you don't have a tumble dryer.
In a post on Instagram, a cleaning fan called Leanne shared that she alters the detergent amount she washes her towels with.
Instead of a full capful, she tips half the amount into the machine drawer.
Additionally, the Australian mum adds some white cleaning vinegar.
She explains: "Set your machine to a regular wash, 60 degrees and 600 to 800 spin speed."
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It works because the acetic acid in the vinegar breaks down excess detergent and build-up in the fibres.
Her post was popular with social media users, who left more than 400 'likes'.
One person wrote: "So good."
Another commented: "Such a great tip."
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A third shared: "Love this hack."
And a fourth added: "I LOVE fluffy towels! Trying this!"
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We also revealed that you've been cleaning your loo wrong this entire time.
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