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People are putting black pepper in their washing machines—but should you?

People are putting black pepper in their washing machines—but should you?
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Before washing machines, people were doing their laundry by hand. Of course, it goes without saying that it was no easy feat by today’s standards as it was indeed tiring; but clothes did not get ruined too quickly as they do nowadays.

Since modern washing machines have been invented, doing laundry became an almost seamless task. So much so that it could literally be done with just a click of a button.

However, the way the clothes are washed makes them more prone to discoloration and damage. And since we can’t just stop washing our clothes altogether so that they remain intact, nor can we go full Justin Bieber and never wear the same item twice -because we obviously can’t afford it-, we brought you some neat tricks and tips that would show you exactly how to use your washing machine the right way in order not to damage your clothes.

And in this article, our focus will be on one particular trick more than the others, this trick will include something that is found in everybody’s house; more specifically in their kitchens.

The trick we will be sharing with you in this piece will be a trick to help maintain your clothes intact during washing using only pepper.

Yes, you read that right. So, if you’re as surprised as I think you let’s get to it, then.

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