I laundry stripped my bed throw and was horrified at the grime that came out of it – why you need to do it every week

THERE’S no better feeling than getting into a cozy, fluffy bed after you’ve just washed and steamed the sheets.

Although many of us get lazy when it comes to cleaning our bed linens, you’ll probably want to rethink waiting it out once you realize how much grime they carry.

A woman named Danielle Christina, who goes by @momthatlovestoclean on TikTok, has gained a following of over 2 million users thanks to her videos that offer useful cleaning tips.

She recently revealed the importance of “laundry stripping” your bedding—and when you see how much dirt comes out, you’ll wish you started doing it sooner.

“Laundry stripping is a cleaning method designed to get any build up out of your clothing,” she began.

“I do it seasonally with all of the bedding in the house, and today I’m showing you it on a comforter.”


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In a large sink or bathtub filled with hot water, combine half a cup of laundry detergent, one third a cup of borax, and some washing soda.

Next, Danielle placed the comforter into the water and began swirling it around with a pole.

“Move the laundry around every 30 minutes for four hours,” she advised.

After letting the comforter soak, the water became murky and yellow.

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All of the built-up filth that hadn’t come out of the comforter during regular wash cycles was now being pulled out.

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Responding to a commenter who asked how she wrings it out to begin drying, Danielle said she simply steps on it.

Viewers also added that this method works well for dirty clothing, throw rugs, and sports caps that are filled with sweat and sunscreen.

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