Put them all in the machine and use a high water level, then add a couple of drops of non-moisturising dish washing detergent. Wash as normal then add vinegar during the rinse cycle. I've found a presoak and warm wash help keep them a bit fresher too, and always wash with a high water level. There is also a dettol rinse I read you can use on mcns- I'm gonna try it
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I live in an area where it rains 6 months of the year. I have a clothes airer permanently set up in the spare room under the fan. Its my only option
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