We recommend using Surf Total Hygiene Bleach. Do you want to learn how to whiten white clothes with or without bleach? If so, then this blog is for you. Read on to find out which clothes whitening products we recommend to get the whitest whites and some of our tips and tricks on how to whiten dull white clothes with store cupboard ingredients.
How to Whiten White Clothes?
There’s probably nothing more annoying than your favourite white clothing slowly fading to a dull, yellow hue. But are you worried about using harsh chemicals and want to know how you can whiten your white clothes? Here’s where we recommend Surf:
Surf’s laundry powder offers whitening and brightening properties and is one of the best in the market to whiten white clothes. The range offers hand washing powder which is formulated with whitening technology to target dulling whites and restore their whiteness specifically. We have found that clothes definitely become whiter and even get their sparkle back with prolonged use of the Surf washing powder range.
Simply follow the usage instructions on the packaging for hand wash use or machine washing. Always make sure you hang your white clothes outside in direct sunlight, as the UV rays help to whiten up the clothing too.
Ways to Whiten Your Clothes
Bleach is a chemical that works well when trying to get rid of pesky stains and brighten dull clothing. Surf Total Hygiene Bleach is a multi-purpose thick bleach that will get rid of those marks and stains. Here are our top ideas for using products that you probably have in your kitchen cupboards already:
Vinegar really is an all-rounder in the kitchen. Not only is it a great cooking ingredient, making great salad dressings and sauces but it can be of great use in the laundry too. Vinegar helps to brighten white clothing. For better results, make a vinegar and Surf washing powder paste and apply gently on your fabrics to whiten your clothes.
Baking Soda is another versatile little ingredient. Dilute your solution of Surf Total Hygiene Bleach, water, and baking soda to remove stains on clothing and to help brighten your whites too.
Hydrogen Peroxide. Generally, when you hear peroxide you think of hair dye, right? Well, it is a version of the peroxide that is used in hair dye kits, but its strength is weakened. It’s always valuable to keep a bottle of hydrogen peroxide in the kitchen because it can be used for getting rid of stains in the laundry or whitening your whites.
For the best mix of all of these all-natural ingredients, mix a teaspoon of baking soda with two or three drops of hydrogen peroxide to create a paste. Add this to a bucket of warm water and soak your dull clothing in the solution for an hour before washing with Surf Powder Detergent as normal.
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