The VERY simple trick that will remove stubborn wrinkles in your bed linen in seconds – without touching an iron
A house-proud mum has revealed how she keeps her bedspread crinkle-free without having use an ironing board.
Cleaning influencer Carolina McCauley showed off her incredible ‘wrinkle release’ spray online recently in a handy video which quickly went viral.
The busy Perth-based mum simply mixed water, rubbing alcohol and fabric softener in a bottle before spraying it over her linen bedspread.
Scroll down for video
A house-proud mum has revealed how she keeps her bedspread crinkle-free without having to wrestle with it over an ironing board
Cleaning influencer Carolina McCauley showed off her incredible ‘wrinkle release’ spray online recently in a handy video which quickly went viral
She the smoothed out the doona cover with her hands and left it to dry.
When she returned the cover was virtually wrinkle free.
The mum’s video has been seen by over 350k people with thousands leaving comments and liking the posts.
‘I love this so much, actually I save all your videos,’ one fan said.
‘This is so good – the smell – I might just spray my lounge with it,’ said another.
Many were so excited by the spray they wanted to know if it would also work on clothes.
The busy Perth-based mum simply mixed water, rubbing alcohol and fabric softener in a bottle before spraying it over her linen bedspread
How can I make Carolina’s release spray?
2 cups of water
1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol
1/4 cup of fabric softener
Combine the ingredients in a spray bottle. Spray directly onto your linen, including sheets and doona covers.
Smooth over with your hands and then allow the sheets to dry.
‘This works for clothes too but you can also take cold water spray it on your shirt rub it in and let it air dry! by the time you leave out you’ll be mostly wrinkle free,’ one mum responded to one of the comments.
But not everyone was impressed with the hack.
‘If you did this in Ireland your bed would be wet for a week and you would get pneumonia,’ one woman warned.
While others said the bed ‘still looked like a mess’ in the ‘after pictures.
The mum simply sprayed on her concoction and then flattened the bedspread out with her hands
Both rubbing alcohol and fabric softener are also flammable – so must be used with caution.
‘I love a good wrinkle release – if only fabric softener wasn’t loaded with so many chemicals,’ one woman said on the post.
Some of the mum’s fans stuck up for her.
‘I love watching your videos but hate the comment section. So many people have their own corrections and tips – why don’t they just open their own page,’ one said.
Others agreed wrinkles of ‘real linen’ is part of the charm.