Unknown Facts About Bed Sheets Malaysia Revealed By The Experts
Closets and cupboards can be kept fresh with a DIY ‘deodoriser’ made from uncooked rice and a few drops of essential oil, a mother has revealed.
The recipe was shared on TikTok by Australian parenting blogger Mama Mila, who claims it’s a clever way to eliminate odours without spraying toxic chemicals.
In the video, Bed Sheets Malaysia the mum-of-two, bedding from Melbourne, pours rice into a glass jar and adds 10 drops of sweet-smelling oil on top, then covers it with a lid before shaking the contents together.
‘Try this one out for your shoe closet,’ Mila wrote in the caption.
In the video, Melbourne parenting blogger Mama Mila pours rice into a glass jar (left) and Bed Sheets adds 10 drops of essential oil (right), bedding then covers it with a lid before shaking the contents together
Replying to comments under the clip, she said the jar should last ‘four to six months’ depending on the size of the room or closet it’s placed in.
Uncooked rice is a natural deodoriser that absorbs smells, flavours and bedding moisture that hang in the air.
Its moisture-absorbing properties also prevent silver from tarnishing, which is why some people keep a small muslin bag of rice at the back of their cutlery drawer.
Mila’s video drew delighted responses after it was posted online with comments including ‘this is amazing’ and ‘I will definitely be trying this’.
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Uncooked rice is a natural deodoriser that absorbs smells, flavours and bedding moisture that hang in the air
‘You’re a genius!’ one woman replied.
Another said she was ‘very smart’ and thanked her for sharing a natural alternative to toxic household sprays.
And it’s not the first time the Melbourne mother has shared handy home tips on social media.
In June, Mila shared another video revealing her five-step cleaning regime for achieving hotel-style bedding.
First, she strips the bed, removing sheets and throws so she can vacuum the mattress. This removes dirt and grim lurking out of sight.
Next, she mixes baking soda with essential oil and sprinkles it over the mattress, bedding malaysia leaving it to soak for a few hours to infuse a sweet scent.
While the mattress soaks, Mila washes sheets and pillowcases with half a cup of white vinegar to enhance brightness.
She also adds baking soda and forgoes fabric softener to avoid residue caking onto her linen.
Once everything is dry, she remakes the bed with clean sheets and spritzes natural linen spray to leave it fresh for days to come.