Laundry stripping can be described as the procedure of getting rid of buildup, which is the result of residue from softeners and detergents, minerals from oil, hard water, bacteria, and dirt along with other unpleasant things, from your clothing.
Stripping towels aids in eliminating any smells from the fabric and allow the towels to recover their absorption. The towels are returned to a smoother fabric.
Begin by filling up your bathtub or sink or huge bucket, with boiling water. Mix in borax and washing soda as well as laundry soap in a 1:12 ratio.
In the case of bathtubs, we recommend 1 cup of borax, 1/2 cube washing soda and 1/2 cup detergent. Stir to dissolve.
Submerge the towels completely in the solution and let them soak until the water cools typically about four to five hours. Stir often to get out any buildup on the towels.
Drain the dirty water it'll be a satisfying-but-horrifying murky gray color, then run your towels through a rinse-only cycle in your washing machine.
Then, you can tumble dry them without dryer sheets. The towels you use will appear more clean and more fluffier than they have ever been.
The idea of throwing your towels in the washer won't cut it.