Monday, August 15, 2011

Natural Ways to Keep the Clothes White

I personally am not a big fan of white clothes, but I know that plenty of people will disagree with my stance. And if you are one of those people then you know how white clothes can get dirty very easily and stained by even the slightest touch to something.

When a white garment gets dirty or stained you have two solutions either getting it clean or throwing it out. And nobody likes the second option. However if you cannot clean your white clothes from the stains then there is one other solution and that is to bleach the clothes. But there are two huge downsides to the bleach according to Camden cleaners. One is that the bleach can be very dangerous to people with sensitive skin causing rashes or allergic reactions, and two the bleach is such strong product that wears out the fabric and damages it after few procedures.

Of course, there are alternatives to the bleach which are natural and harmless to the skin and fabric. Lemon juice, for example, is one such alternative. Lemon juice is so strong that it can dissolve and remove grease. But lemon juice act as a natural stain removers, bleach and sanitizers as well. Just add a cup of lemon juice to the washing cycle in the laundry machine when you are washing white clothes.

Another solution is the oxygen bleach. Although, according to Camden cleaners, the oxygen bleach isn't the best sanitizer and is more expensive than chlorine bleach. Still, oxygen bleach is not as harsh to the skin as an ordinary bleach is so it won't cause any allergic reactions. And another positive side to the oxygen bleach is not harmful to the environment.


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