How To Remove Colour Stains From White Clothes
White clothes can acquire colour stains from contact with coloured clothing or vibrant products, such as spices and coloured powders like the ones used to celebrate Holi. Using a bleach to target colour stains is effective with white fabric; try using oxygen bleach as opposed to chlorine bleach as it can be used in conjunction with detergents. It may be a good idea to clean your machine after washing colour-stained clothes to ensure any remnants are removed before the next wash.
How To Remove Rust Stains From White Clothes
Rust stains can be tough because the iron particles in the stain react with both bleach and heat to increase the likelihood of a permanent stain. Once you know this however, it’s easy to avoid detergents with a strong bleach content, and use your machine on a warm or cool setting, to successfully remove rust stains from white clothes.
How To Remove Yellow Stains From White Clothes
Yellow stains are often a result of natural bodily products such as sweat, combined with the chemicals we use to combat them like deodorant, and can embed and accumulate over time to make it seem like your white clothes are ruined. But don’t despair – there are many household products, which effectively remove yellow stains.
Oxygen bleach can work wonders on yellow stains. Other products that have been proven to brighten up yellowing clothes include lemon juice, salt, and meat tenderizer powder. Salt is great as it can be used both prior to washing, by soaking the stained white clothes in a salt solution for a few hours, and can be put into your washing machine to brighten white clothes.
There you have it your whites can be as bright and stain-free as the day you bought them with these tips – try it for yourself!