To the white stuff after washing were the same white, it is necessary, first, to wash them separately from the color and light things.In addition, things are made of linen and cotton is best washed separately from wool or synthetic materials - in this case, after washing, they will not turn gray.When washing in the washing machine can be added to the usual washing powder powdered bleach ("amplifier washing powder") or add prewash compartment bit of liquid bleach.Now it produces a range of bleach, which can be used when washing in automatic machines - is specifically indicated on the package.
If you are afraid to use whitening bleaches special things - you can use the "grandmother means."However, we do not recommend using the most rigid "Grandma's method" - boil
ing with the addition of "Whites" (this will cause the fabric very quickly dilapidated).There is a more gentle way.
Add in a bucket of hot water a little potassium permanganate (to the water was a little pinkish) and about 200 grams of washing powder, put there already washed clothes, cover with polythene and wait until the water has cooled.After that, things should be properly rinsed.
can whiten the white stuff, and using hydrogen peroxide.For this purpose, 2 liters of warm water, add one teaspoon three percent peroxide, can also pour a little baking soda and put the underwear or clothes for 15-20 minutes.For uniform whitening things you need from time to time to stir.
white stuff from cotton or linen, you can bleach, soak them before washing for several hours in water with the addition of ammonia (it softens the water and prevents the yellowing linen).If things are very dirty - you can add a couple of tablespoons of water turpentine.
Whitening guipure and tulle in a bucket of hot water, add two tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide and a spoonful of ammonia.Put things in this solution for 20-30 minutes, then wash.
If you want to restore the original whiteness of clothes made of natural cotton or wool, has the laundry is dipped in a bucket of warm (about 40 degrees) with water, which added a handful of salt, a little bit of detergent, 3 tablespoons of peroxidehydrogen and a spoon of liquid ammonia.