Quick poison ivy rash treatment

 

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If you experience poison ivy rash, wipe the affected area with vodka, which is proven to reduce the itching sensation.

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Fluff up your towels

Towels go hard usually because people use too much fabric conditioner.

What happens is that over time the surplus never gets rinsed properly, and starts to build up…which ends up making the dried towels stiff – ironic, isn’t it?

The best thing to do is to stop the machine before the final rinse and add a cup of clear vinegar to the drum. No, you won’t have the lingering waft of eau de fish and chips!

Trade secret: a vinegar rinse is what keeps hotel towels soft.

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Hot weather getting to you?

Stick a bunch of plump black grapes in the freezer for a few hours, and when they’re nice and solid, pop them into your mouth like sweeties.

Guilt-free and gorgeous!

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I love my

fabric, wool, yarn

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My cashmere cardi bargain from a while back was covered in bobbles. Of course I could pick them off one by one, but they were like a rash!

Then I came across the wonderful battery-operated Lint Shaver from Russel that removes pills and fuzz effortlessly;

£4.49 from Robert Dyas.