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Our Favourite Ways to Use Linen Water

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Our Favourite Ways to Use Linen Water

We're in love with linen water! It's a simple and eco-friendly way to quickly refresh a room or your fabrics with just a quick spray. Join us as we cover our favourite ways to use linen water in our daily routine.

What is linen water?

Linen water is a household staple. As the name implies, linen water is an eco-friendly and natural solution made of infused water. This fragrant water was popularized in southern France, and used as early as the 17th century to scent bed linens.

How to use linen water?

Linen water can be used in a myriad of ways to transform your life with a simple spritz. Here are our favourite ways to use linen water in our weekly routine:

To iron your linens

Putting the ‘linen’ in linen water - ironing is the most common way to use linen water for a reason. Simply pour your linen water into a steam iron and infuse your bed linens with a light, fresh scent that can last for up to a week.

To help your clothes last longer between laundry cycles

Laundry day can’t be every day. In fact, heating the water and running your laundry machine uses an enormous amount of energy leading to carbon dioxide emissions of 179 million metric tons per year in the United States alone. Do your part to make your clothing stretch a little longer between cycles with a spray of linen water to breathe some life back into your favourite t-shirt or shorts.

To mist your pillow

Lavender is one of the most popular scents for linen water. Lavender also has numerous benefits. There is evidence that lavender may help you to get a better night’s sleep. Aside from smelling great, misting your pillow with lavender linen water could help you fall into a deeper sleep and reduce awakening throughout the night. Plus, what better way to induce sweet dreams than closing your eyes and picturing a lavender field in Provence?

Get a restful sleep by misting your pillow with lavender linen spray - Pexel Image

(Get a restful sleep by misting your pillow with lavender linen spray)

 

To use as a room spray

It can be easy to let household tasks build up as we try to spend as much time outdoors as possible while we can. Not to mention, many of us are still working from home due to the pandemic. Before your sit down with your morning coffee and prepare for your Zoom meeting, shift your mental state and give your office (or couch if you are like us…) a spray of linen water to refresh the space for the day. 

To freshen your curtains or rug

By far, two of our least favourite items to have cleaned are our curtains and rug. While most of us wash our curtains every few months, some like Martha Stewart, suggest washing them every month. Why not compromise? Give your curtains a few sprays of linen water once a week to keep them smelling fresh while you muster the energy to take them down to wash in the coming weeks.

To spruce up the towels, tablecloths or blankets hiding in the back of your drawers

Technically clean but stuffed in the back of your drawer for months without seeing the light? There’s really no need to re-wash older towels, your picnic blanket or your holiday tablecloth. Use your linen water to give them that fresh laundry scent without needlessly worrying about laundry.

Refresh your blankets with a spray of linen water

(Refresh your blankets with a spray of linen water)

 

To replace your car spray

Our cars can easily become a hot spot for lone takeout napkins, parking receipts, empty coffee cups, and strange scents. Linen water is a more cost-effective, eco-friendly, and elegant solution to a clip-on air freshener.

To travel with a reliable back-up plan

Headed up the cabin to get away from the city for a weekend? Get in the habit of travelling with small bottle of linen water. Not only can it help to rescue your clothes on your holiday, linen water can also transform a hotel room or vacation rental into something familiar and relaxing while you are away.

Pro-tip: Test your linen water on a small patch of fabric first.

What is your favourite linen water scent? Let us know in the comments.

 

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