Busy mum-of-four reveals how to get crease-free laundry without breaking out the iron
- Home stylist Liz Amaya has revealed how to get creases out without an iron
- The mum-of-four places dry clothes into the dryer with a handful of ice cubes
- She says everything will come out of the dryer looking smooth and ready to use
A busy mum-of-four has revealed how she ensures her clothes and bedsheets are always crease free without having to touch the iron.
Interior Stylist Liz Amaya says she simply puts a handful of ice cubes in the dryer to achieve crease-free clothes every time.
In fact in an Instagram reel showing off the hack the mum claimed her followers would ‘never have to touch an iron again’ if they used the trick.
A mum-of-four has shared her hack to achieving crease-free clothes without using an iron
‘Add several ice cubes to your load,’ she said.
‘The heat from the dryer would cause the ice cubes to melt and in turn create steam. Your items will come out crease free,’ she said.
She then showed off a smooth bedspread, t-shirt and dress to prove the effectiveness of the hack.
‘It is ideal for those times when you’re in a rush to get out the door,’ she added.
The video has been seen more than 50,000 times, delighting the popular homemaker’s fans.
‘I actually tried this, and it works!’ one woman wrote on the video.
Liz went on to clarify the ice should be placed in the machine with a dry load of washing, not in the first drying cycle.
‘You do it with dry sheets, just like with your ironing,’ she said.
Liz, pictured, has become well-known online for her incredible cleaning and organising hacks
She simply places in the dryer with her dry clothes and bedding
Many of the busy mum’s fans dubbed the hack ‘very clever’ and ‘mind boggling’.
While others promised to try it immediately.
‘Here’s me wanting to wash the dreadful duvet cover again just to avoid ironing. it’s my favourite set but all favouritism goes out the window when I see those creases,’ one woman said.
Another joked she wouldn’t be trying the trick but thanks the content creator for the reminder to fill up her ice tray.
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