How to bleach socks and shirts to make them look new

Do you love white blouses, but don’t want to wear them because they turn gray?

Unfortunately, white fabrics change color and are damaged by sweat, and frequent washing does not help them. After just a few uses, they no longer shine white and fresh. For the same reason, bedding manufacturers have seen a significant decline in sales of white pillowcases in recent years.

And yet there is an easy way to keep white clothes white even after many washes!

We’re talking about a reliable way to extend the life of white shirts, sheets, socks and even sneakers.

Dissolve 5 aspirin tablets in water and soak white clothing for 15 minutes. Then wash.

You can also add aspirin to your laundry detergent right as you wash.

If your things are stained, don’t rush to throw them away.

First, boil them in water with lemon juice and leave them for 15-20 minutes. Then wash as usual.

If not, the fabric cannot be boiled, just add vinegar when washing. It also helps restore the original color of clothes.

Remember that white laundry is best dried in the sun.