Remove wrinkles without ironing  |  Photo Credit: Instagram
An Australian mother of two has blown netizens’ minds after sharing an amazing hack on how to resolve the creases on your clothes when you do not have the time to iron them. Chantel Mila’s recent TikTok video, which she also posted on Instagram Reels, shows how a few sprays of a magical potion will make a wrinkled cotton shirt look smooth and crisp.
The ingredients for the magic potion, according to the TikTok video, are two cups of water, one tablespoon of white vinegar, and a tablespoon of hair conditioner. Once you thoroughly mix these ingredients your magic liquid is ready which you can then spray onto the wrinkled clothes. After spraying the liquid on the shirt, Chantel presses the shirt down so the liquid is evenly spread and leaves it on for five minutes. The video shows how after five minutes, the shirt looks absolutely smooth and crisp as if it has been ironed.
Captioning the video, Chantel wrote that she had been working on the formula for quite some time now. The vinegar in the spray softens the clothes while the hair conditioner is the secret ingredient that relaxes the crunched up cotton fibres. Chantel mentioned in the caption that this spray is great for travel or for those hectic mornings when a person is rushing out of the house and has no time to iron their clothes.
The woman said that she has tried the spray on both light and dark cotton-blend clothes, and it has worked out quite well for them. She said that the spray has converted her husband to a full-time magic spray user. However, Chantel has recommended a patch test before trying it at home.
The Instagram Reel has been viewed by 77.7k users while over 2,000 users have liked the video. Netizens hailed it as an ‘amazing idea’ while some called it clever. The intelligent hack has prompted many users to try it at home as one user commented that they are definitely trying this idea.
However, some also wondered if the sharp odour of vinegar could make their clothes smell bad to which Chantel replied that the hair conditioner overpowers the smell of vinegar.