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A mum has shared a laundry hack that will help people 'ditch the iron', having come up with a spray that ingeniously releases the creases from clothes.
In the clip, Mila pours two cups of water into a spray bottle with one tablespoon of white vinegar to 'help soften the clothes' and one tablespoon of hair conditioner, which she says is the 'secret ingredient that relaxes cotton fibres'.
She then puts the top on the spray bottle and shakes, before spraying the mixture onto a garment.
"Spray onto the item, gently flatten and hang for five mins until dry," she explains.
The TikTok video has been liked more than 4,800 times, with 77,000 views.
Mila also shared the video on her Instagram page, where she revealed she'd tried the technique on 'light and dark' coloured clothes with success.
She said in the caption: "Guys, I'm so excited to share this one, because I've been working on a formula for a while.
"This spray is so great for travel or for those hectic mornings when you're rushing out of the house! Simply spray a light mist, smooth and leave for 5 mins (while you shower and get ready) and voila - no more creases!
"I've tried it on both light and dark cotton-blend clothes, and it's worked so well for us. My husband is now a convert."
She added: "Patch test before trying it at home. Hope this is helpful."
Commenting on the Instagram post, many social media users pledged to give the hack a go.
One said: "I'm trying this for this weekend. I need a few dresses that are wrinkle free, and I have no time (or enthusiasm) for ironing!"
Another person asked what kind of conditioner Mila uses, writing: "Wow didn't know hair conditioner could be used not just for hair! Is this any kind of conditioner though? I don't really want to use my expense Olaplex."
Mila replied: "Oh I definitely don't use Olaplex in this! I used an OGX conditioner in this video."
Another asked whether or not the mixture smelled of vinegar, to which Mila responded: "The hair conditioner overpowers the vinegar smell. But you could add some [essential oils] if you still find it too strong."
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