Lifshack: cheap, but effective means for whitening things

White things are in almost any wardrobe. But over time, many of them turn yellow or get a grayish tint. Chlorine bleaches can damage the tissue and cause allergy when socked. Use one of these tips to get things back white without spending a fortune on bleach.

Peroxide + soda

You will need:

  • 3% hydrogen peroxide;
  • soda ash;
  • enameled basin;
  • wooden tongs or a long wooden spoon

Pour 2 liters of cold water into a basin, add a teaspoon of peroxide and a teaspoon of soda. Immerse the white thing in the liquid and place the basin on a slow fire. Heat the water, but not more than 60-70 degrees, constantly turning the fabric with forceps or a spoon. Continue heating for no longer than 10 minutes, and then rinse the white thing in warm water. Yellowness should disappear.

Peroxide + ammonia

You will need:

  • 3% hydrogen peroxide;
  • ammonia;
  • enamel basin

Pour 5 liters of water into the basin and heat it to 80 degrees. You can bring the water to a boil. Then cool slightly. Add one teaspoon of ammonia and hydrogen peroxide to the water. Dip your thing in the solution and leave for half an hour. Taz better to cover. After this, rinse the laundry or wash it in a gentle manner.

Salt + lemon

You will need:

  • 1/2 lemon;
  • tablespoon of salt

Make a slurry of salt and lemon juice and apply on contaminated sites of fabric. Leave the paste for 30 minutes and then wash the item on a suitable mode. The method helps to remove many old spots.