Best of all, it doesnt cost a cent.
By simply placing two to three ice cubes into your dryer and setting it on high heat for just a few minutes, the wrinkles in your clothes should smooth out.
Countless people online have tested out the unusual method, with impressive results.
So how does it work?
The magic happens when the ice melts in the heat of the dryer and is turned into water and then steam, therefore doing the same job your iron otherwise would.
Your dryer is essentially steaming the clothes so that theyre wrinkle-free.
Advice online recommends you do not overfill the dryer when using ice cubes.
Something like a couple of shirts or perhaps a shirt and a pair of trousers are good options.
There are other ways to help you avoid the ironing, including hanging them up as soon as you get them out of the dryer.
This will help you to take advantage of them being warm and stop them from becoming scrunched up in a pile somewhere.
While it might sound obvious, using the specified amount of detergent - and no more or less - is also key to getting the best results.
Others swear by using a hairdryer as a steamer, so that they never have to iron.
Meanwhile, some say that you can wipe down a crinkled shirt with a damp towel to get rid of any pesky wrinkles.
If you want soft linen, towels and bedding, vinegar is key.
Countless cleaning experts also say salt in your laundry will help to make the colours more vibrant.
Previously, a mother who asked a Facebook group how she could keep her towels soft and snuggly without using fabric softener received a barrage of useful tips.
The Australian woman said she had purchased good quality towels and wanted to keep them feeling as if they were brand new.
Use vinegar instead of fabric softener. Works better, and no, it doesnt smell, one person posted.
Another person revealed that drying your towels in the dryer and getting them out while they are still a little damp will mean they are softer.
An Oprah episode said to use a quarter of what is recommended on the detergent packaging and a scoop of bicarb and a dash of vinegar, another added.