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8 great natural ways to remove stains and whiten your white clothes





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When it comes to laundering your white clothes, everyone is thinking straight about laundry bleach. But the laundry whitener is stinking and tough. If you don't want to use this chemical and bring it closer to your body, there are natural alternatives that will brighten your clothes.

And you probably have most of the ingredients you already need at home. Here are some of the best DIY solutions to remove stains and whiten your clothes.

Dish soap

It turns out that dish soap is not only for the dishes. Try mixing dish soap with your washing liquid or gel and wash as usual. You can also use dish soap for pre-treatment for stain removal.

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Baking soda

Mix one glass of baking soda with 4 liters of water and coat your clothes for a few minutes. They will immediately become clearer.

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Vinegar does a double work as both a whitener and a softener. Pour one glass of vinegar into the machine to bleach the clothes.

It is also recommended to pour vinegar into the washing machine and run it without clothes or washing gel several times a year to get rid of dirt and fur.



Aspirin will help you with hangovers and also with laundry. Stir 6 tablets and place them in a bowl with water. Soak your clothes for 30 minutes in the bowl/tub before putting them in the washing machine.

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Pour some borax into the washing machine along with the washing gel to whiten the white clothes and remove stains and dirt on them. Borax also works fine with color laundry.

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Vinegar and Lemon

These two elements go together beautifully and create a powerful stain remover. Mix the same amount of vinegar and lemon water and scrub the stain with them. Once the stain has disappeared or weakened, put the clothes in the washing machine.

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Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)

Hyderogen Peroxide bleaches, brightens, disinfects and removes stains from laundry. You can pour directly on the stain for removal or add one cup to the laundry to lighten it.

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Instead of putting the clothes in the dryer, hang them outside and the sun will dry and whiten the clothes in a natural way.


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