With just two drops of these homemade mixtures, you’ll have the sharpest white clothes and bed sheets in town. And the best thing is, you don’t have to buy expensive products because you can just create these from the comfort of your own home.
It is hard to remove stains from whites. And even if it is something invisible like sweat, over time it builds up and creates a grimy, yellowish look on your t-shirts. White bedsheets have the same problem. It’s everyone’s struggled to get rid of that and sharpen the color – but sometimes bleach can’t cut it.
This cleaning tip is not some old wives’ tale. It actually works and we’re going to prove it to you – after we tell you how to make it! Scroll down for the big reveal and to get started with the mixture that will get your whites shinier like they were new!
If you have stains on your clothes, you can use the following tricks to remove them.
First, let us discuss the benefits of using baking soda. This item is commonly featured on AWM’s DIY page and has more uses than can be counted – including removing scorch marks on the bottoms of your pots and pans.
To using baking soda on your stained clothes and to brighten your whites, soak your clothes in a mixture of 4 liters of water and 1 cup of baking soda. Use more baking soda and water if you’re trying to clean a large load of clothes.
Allow the laundry to sit in the mix for a few minutes. After everything has gotten a good soaking, toss it in your washing machine as normal – when they come out, they’ll be pristine.
While the baking soda mixture works wonders, the next one is a miracle cleaner too.
With just some vinegar and lemon juice, you can make your whites shine and sparkle. Plus, it can help remove stains from other laundry. Here is how…
This works well when you don’t have time to let laundry soak. With your regular wash, add a few splashes of vinegar and lemon juice to your load. The acids in these natural products can work to break down the stains and clean deep.
Some people complain that it smells strong. Don’t worry. Although vinegar has a pungent scent, when it gets washed in the laundry, it shouldn’t smell. If you add too much, it might, but even then it’ll go away after a day or so.
Plus, vinegar acts as a fabric softener. Now talk about an added bonus!
On final cleaning tip uses aspirin pills. Crush up six pills and add them to a bowl of water. Dip the stained pieces of clothing into the mixture and let them sit f or 30 minutes. As always, if you’re working with a large load of dirty clothes, crush up more pieces of aspirin and add more water.
After they’ve soaked, toss the laundry into the washer and do a normal load.
All three of these tricks can make your whites whiter and remove stains from your laundry.
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