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Cleaning guru reveals the right way to wash your bed sheets and make them smell amazing

A home and cleaning guru has revealed why you've washed your sheets wrong all your life - and how to make them smell amazing with a simple fix (pictured)

You’ve Washed Your Sheets Wrong Your Whole Life: Cleaning Guru Reveals The Right Way To Make Them Smell Amazing

  • A home and cleaning guru has revealed why you wash sheets wrong
  • Refined Living said you need to stop using detergent and fabric softener
  • Instead, you should use a solution of baking soda, vinegar, and lavender oil.
  • The video sparked a debate over how often you should wash your sheets

A home and cleaning guru has revealed why you’ve been washing your sheets poorly all your life – and how to make them smell amazing with a simple fix.

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The TikTok account Refined Living said that instead of washing your sheets with liquid detergent and fabric softener, you should instead use a simple homemade solution to get them squeaky clean and smelling fresh.

“It’s your sign to wash your sheets once a week,” the video explains, along with a demonstration that shows the easy process.

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A home and cleaning guru has revealed why you've washed your sheets wrong all your life - and how to make them smell amazing with a simple fix (pictured)

A home and cleaning guru has revealed why you've washed your sheets wrong all your life - and how to make them smell amazing with a simple fix (pictured)

A home and cleaning guru has revealed why you’ve washed your sheets wrong all your life – and how to make them smell amazing with a simple fix (pictured)

First, the woman said you should add a cap full of detergent to your machine with a quarter cup of baking soda, a quarter cup of vinegar, and five drops of lavender essential oil.

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Vinegar acts as a fabric softener, while baking soda is “perfect for deep cleaning.”

Meanwhile, lavender essential oil is perfect for making your sheets smell amazing and fresh, and it will also help you fall asleep, as lavender increases melatonin production.

Refined Living said this type of washing routine is great for linens, but will also work with many types of washes, including colors and whites.

It wasn't long before the video racked up an impressive million views, but it also sparked a debate about how often you should wash your sheets (stock image)

It wasn’t long before the video racked up an impressive million views, but it also sparked a debate about how often you should wash your sheets (stock image)

It wasn’t long before the video racked up an impressive million views, with hundreds of comments and shares of the post.

“Why is this so satisfying,” one woman posted.

“Thank you for reminding me, I’m doing this tonight,” added another.

A third wrote: “I learned it!”

The video also sparked a heated debate about how often you should wash your sheets.

“Are you telling me there are people who don’t wash their sheets at least once a week?” a woman wrote.

Others confessed to washing their sheets only once every three months.

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