It’s summertime and that means it’s time to break out your whites and unfortunately, even in storage, our favorite white pieces can be subject to yellowing. So Gwen decided to get a head start on washing her white wardrobe. The most important step in brightening whites is allowing them time to soak!
To keep your whites their brightest, you’ll need the following…
Our main focus was to remove the yellowing that happened in storage and some additional stains that Gwen simply could not understand where they came from.
To remove yellowing from dress shirts. mix a paste with Stain Solution and All-Purpose Bleach Alternative. Then allow the items to soak in hot water, silk can’t soak longer than 30 minutes.
You may need to repeat and be sure to change out the dirty water.
While our dress shirts were soaking, we tackled the straps of a dress. Straps discolor easily due to body oils; these stains are best treated with the Wash & Stain Bar and a hot bath of All Purpose Bleach Alternative.
The Wash & Stain Bar is also best for treating cuffs and ‘ring around the collar’.
Nothing says summer like white jeans, so to always make sure they look their brightest, make a hot bath with All-Purpose Bleach Alternative and launder with Whites Detergent to remove stains!After pretreating and soaking to your liking, your items can be laundered with Whites Detergent. Delicate items should always be placed in a mesh washing bag.
To reduce creasing, always remove your items from the dryer promptly-steaming or pressing when damp is best!
No more stains or spots, just like that...our whites look brand new!
Check out some before and after photos...