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White clothes, besides being super basic and versatile, never go out of fashion.
Either as your work uniform or as a key-item in your look, whites are essential in any wardrobe.
The problem with white clothes is that they are prone to staining, which only makes it even more obvious that they are dirty.
Besides that, white clothes require some special care, or they end up getting yellow and grimy with time.
If your white clothes are yellow or grimy, we will teach you how to make two natural bleaches to whiten them.
And the best part is that these natural solutions whiten your clothes without any risk to your health and to the environment.
Lemon is a natural astringent that deeply cleanses your clothes, removing all dirt and making them whiter.
White vinegar is not aggressive to fabrics and offers many benefits, such as removing dirt and stains, eliminating bacteria, softening the clothes, and giving them a “clean” smell.
Attention: before using these homemade mixtures, always make sure that the clothes you are washing can take them. Some fabrics require specific care and might be damaged with the use of hydrogen peroxide or other products.
Always read the washing instructions from the manufacturer.
Do you have any tips to whiten clothes at home? Share them with us!
0:00 How to Make Homemade Natural Bleach to Whiten Clothes
0:50 How to Use Lemon Juice to Whiten Clothes and Remove Stains
1:24 How to Use White Vinegar To Clean Clothes and Remove Odors
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