Tip of the Week – Whites Whiter than White

By | April 5, 2010

Whites Whiter than WhiteThere’s nothing better then a bright white t-shirt, but often your white laundry items can start to look dingy and gray. This happens for a few reasons. You may live in a hard water area and deposits become fixed to the fibers, or it could just be a build up of detergent within the item. To get those whites white again & keep them white use a little vinegar.

Get White Again: Soak the dingy item in a gallon of warm water and 8fl oz of white vinegar. Then rinse in cold water & wash as usual.

To Keep White: Add about 1/3 cup of white vinegar to your rinse cycle. You’ll find that your clothes come out brighter and softer, and any vinegar smells should vanish after your clothes have dried.

Easy & eco-friendly…now that’s my kind of laundry.

2 thoughts on “Tip of the Week – Whites Whiter than White

  1. BestGreenOffer

    Love these tips! Going green is the wave of the future. More people need to know about simple tips to run their household, chemical-free.

    BestGreenOffer

  2. Charlotte

    What a great tip!! i am definitley going to try this one. My son seems to attract mud and goodness knows what to his school shirts every day and none of the products I have seem to get them back to being nice and white.

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