Salt and bay leaf in the house are worth gold: the many hidden uses

Found universally in homes, coarse salt’s uses extend beyond flavoring. For example:

Laundry Helper: In countries like Italy, it’s not uncommon to see grandmothers using coarse salt when boiling pasta. But did you know that adding a handful to your washing machine can soften fabrics? It does this by combating limescale in water, ensuring that the laundry is treated gently, economically, and efficiently.

Reviving Fabrics: Whether it’s making old jeans look as good as new or ensuring towels remain soft, coarse salt is the secret ingredient. It not only prevents white clothes from turning yellow but also reinvigorates the colors of dyed fabrics. For optimal results, before machine washing, soak clothes in water with a generous pinch of coarse salt.

Bay Leaves Beyond Cooking:

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