- August 7, 2008 at 5:34 pm #261301
first slack off on the bleach — it will make it worse
I mean use it but not over abundently so
I use hot water and vinegar with my laundry soap 90% of the time it gets my boyfriends clothes clean and he builds stoves for a living — I just add the vinegar to the regular wash cycle to cut the grease and grime — the laundry soap does the rest –and for those with HE machines — you CAN use regular soap — but only about 1/3 -1/2 the amout –sometimes that helps in getting clothes cleaner –trust me on this one I had a washer like that and the only thing that finally wore out on it was the thing to make it spin –otherwise it was fine
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Subject: Budget101.com : Keeping white t-shirts white
I was wondering if anyone had any tips on keeping white t-shirts white. My husband is a contractor gets pretty dirty at work, even just from being hot and wiping his face on his sleeve. He prefers white t-shirts but need some advice on how to keep the t-shirts white when I wash them. Using just detergent and bleach does not seem to do a good enough job. Any suggestions?
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