Ironing today is a task for titans. We just don’t have time to iron as it takes a lot of time and effort to do. If you are from the clan of ironing clothes without an iron , we have a very practical tip that you can put into practice from now on, and stop going to work with your wrinkled shirt. It consists of a spray with vinegar. Yes, as you hear it, it is all you need, water and vinegar with a little essential oils for an extra bonus to your clothes that will leave them full of rich aroma. Keep reading this article to see how this natural wrinkle ironing spray for clothes works.

Reasons to use this anti-wrinkle spray for clothes

Save time . Your ironing board will only come out of the closet twice a year. This anti-wrinkle vinegar spray for clothes is great when it comes to saving time. You don’t have to take out the iron, wait for it to heat up, and do all the maneuvers you’re running from.

You get rid of toxic chemicals . If you use commercial fabric softeners, be aware that companies that sell wrinkle-ironing sprays are using the same chemicals found in fabric softeners. All of this can lead to allergies.

It works . The most common fear about homemade products is that they won’t work like old commercial favorites. Take a look at the image above and see for yourself that it does work.

In addition to all that, you will save money, time and effort that are the three magnificent of survival today.

What you need to do the wrinkle ironing spray


  • 1 cup of distilled or filtered water
  • 1 cup distilled white vinegar
  • 6-8 drops of essential oils


Combine ingredients in a spray bottle and shake well to mix.
Note: We recommend using only colorless essential oils in this recipe so that fabrics do not stain. Consider using colorless oils like peppermint, lavender, sage, juniper, rosemary for a nice scent on clothes.

How to use:

1. Spray clothing from a safe distance so as not to wet the fabric and leave wet drops. Spray evenly and evenly.

2. Use your hands gliding them over the clothes while spraying the spray, this helps to remove wrinkles from the clothes.

3. Hang clothes to dry.


  1. Test first on a small hidden area on fabrics like silk or rayon that can cause water stains.
  2. Avoid using too much of this solution on fabrics as they will smell slightly vinegar once dry, but don’t worry, the smell will go away, only this is an indication that the clothes should not be wet.
  3. Experiment with different essential oils that mask the vinegar, but are also pleasing to the senses. Peppermint works great. Do your tests.
  4. What are you waiting for! Experiment and try for yourself.
Dr. Eric Jackson

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses. He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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