No more ironing: home stylist reveals her secret recipe for ‘anti-wrinkle’ spray on freshly laundered linen – and it works every time
- A mom and a home stylist shared how she made an anti-wrinkle linen spray
- Liz Amaya surprised hundreds online with the addition of one ingredient
- She combined water, vinegar, essential oils and vinegar in a spray bottle
- The high alcohol content of vodka makes it a great disinfectant
- After she sprayed the spray over her bedding, it dried and was wrinkle free
An Australian mom and home stylist has shared her secret recipe for an anti-wrinkle spray to prevent linen from wrinkling.
Liz Amaya, from Brisbane, shared a video on Instagram and surprised hundreds with the ingredients used to make the homemade spray.
In a spray bottle, the combined a cup of water, half a cup of vinegar, a few drops of essential oil and two tablespoons of vodka.
After mixing the ingredients, she squirted the liquid over her neatly arranged linen bedspread, making sure it was flat as it dried to avoid creasing.
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Liz Amaya, from Brisbane, shared a video on Instagram, surprising hundreds with the ingredients used to make the homemade spray
In a spray bottle, the combined one cup of water, half a cup of vinegar, a few drops of essential oil, and two tablespoons of vodka
In the clip, the linen looked completely wrinkle-free after the spray was sprayed over the top.
The unusual addition of the ghost shocked other social media users who were eager to replicate the idea for themselves.
according to Taste of HomeVodka’s high alcohol content allows it to function as the perfect strong sanitizer to add to homemade sprays while cleaning.
It can be used to shine chrome fixtures, leave glass and mirrors streak-free, disinfect mattresses and remove mold.
How to make Liz’s Anti-Wrinkle Linen Spray
- 1 cup of water
- 1/2 cup vinegar
- 2 tablespoons vodka
- A few drops of essential oils
Mix the ingredients together in a spray bottle
Spray on the wrinkly linen
Smooth the linen and watch the creases slowly disappear
Source: Liz Amaya
After mixing the ingredients, she sprayed the liquid over her neatly arranged linen bedspread, making sure it was flat as it dried to avoid creasing.
The video has since been viewed more than 1,000 times, with many sharing their thoughts and tagging friends in the comments.
‘Wait!!! what?!! Another save from this gem of a hack,” one person wrote, another added: “That’s pretty cool.”
‘Vodka? Who would have thought!’ said a third.
What vodka can be used for cleaning:
With its high alcohol content and lack of odor, vodka is a great disinfecting cleanser
A small amount of vodka can be added to homemade cleaning sprays to act as a disinfectant
Vodka can be used to clean:
- Chrome fixtures
- Showers and bathtubs
Source: Taste of Home