Best Ways to Whiten clothes

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Hydrogen Peroxide

Got some hydrogen peroxide just sitting in your medicine cabinet? It’s finally time to put it to some good use. Hydrogen peroxide can add brightness to your paled whites because it’s an oxidizer. Much the same way as store-bought whitening agents, hydrogen peroxide dissolves the residue and brightens your whites. 

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Bleach

White clothes often get stained with coffee or grass stains because no matter how hard you try it is impossible to avoid the inevitable stains. To remove stains or whiten the clothes, dip washed clothes in half a bucket of water and 2 cups of bleach.

Mix the bleach in water and then dip clothes to avoid directly bleaching the cloth. Bleach can also kill viruses and bacteria in your clothes.

If you don’t like the smell of bleach in your clothes, you can wash them again with detergent as regular. 

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Use white vinegar

Add a healthy dose of white vinegar when you’re doing your laundry to make your whites whiter. In addition to whitening, white vinegar is also good for softening the fabric, and bringing its comfort and brightness back.

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Aspirin

Other than ridding you of headaches and several other aches, aspirin pills can assist you in breaking down the gunk that’s plagued your whites. Add 5 pills of aspirin in water and let it dissolve. Add your not-so-white whites in the mix and let them soak for a while. Next, stick your whites into the washer.

Also, be sure to steer clear of colored variants of aspirin if you don’t want to add a pale shade of the pill's color to your whites. 

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Baking Soda

To make the clothes and bedding white again, you need to reduce the yellowness. Baking soda can work wonders in this case. Fill a bucket of water or your sink with lukewarm water and put a tablespoon of baking powder and your regular detergent.

Rub the yellowed parts or stains between your clasped hands or use a brush to scrub gently. Wash out the baking soda and dry in shade. Wash them a few more times using the same method to completely whiten the clothes or sheets.

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