The last thing you want when you are picking an outfit from your wardrobe is to discover that the fresh, just-washed scent is gone, replaced with that old kulob smell. You want flowery fragrances, not amoy baul. Using a few clever laundry tricks to make clothes smell fresher for longer, you can always start your day with clean and fragrant clothes. Here's how to keep clothes smelling fresh after washing, until it's time for their next outing from the closet!
Don’t leave your clothes sitting in the washing machine for hours after the wash, or they'll start smelling a bit musty. They should smell sweet, and not like dishcloths or trapos. To avoid this, dry or hang them up as soon as possible after the cycle's done!
How to keep clothes smelling fresh in drawers: Clothes that you store in drawers, from underwear to t-shirts, can easily lose their fresh scent between the time you wash and the time you wear them. Here are a few tips to keep clothes smelling fresh in storage, however long you store them: 1. Keep a small mesh bag of fragrance beads among your folded clothes. It'll help to keep stale and musty odors at bay in your wardrobe drawers and likewise imparts a pleasant fragrance to your clothes. 2. Store unused bar soap in your clothes drawers. On first thought, this may seem like an unusual location to store soap, but it's actually a great answer to keep clothes smelling fresh in closet drawers. Keep the soap wrapped in tissue paper to protect your clothes... and keep it out of the drawer once you've actually used and lathered it up, of course.