Let’s delve into the world of bleaching laundry today! I’ll be sharing with you some tips and tricks to bleach your clothes and laundry and to get them white and clean. Bleach isn’t scary when you know how to safely and properly use it!
Let’s be honest, we all have our fears about bleaching clothes, don’t we? What happens if I splash it on my hands? How do I know if I can bleach an article of clothing?
In response to the person who said to be careful with facial cleansers with salicylic acid because of the bleach effect it has on towels, it shouldn’t be from ones with salicylic acid. I use those all the time with no problems. The stronger ones with Benzoyl peroxide (like Proactiv and others) are the ones that bleach wash cloths and towels and fabrics. I learned this when I didn’t check the ingredients of one and wore it to bed. The pillowcase, my pajama top and my hand towel in the bathroom were ruined.
It's easy to bleach clothes white, but before you get started, there are a few things you need to know. Using bleach to lighten or remove color from fabric is an ideal way to cold-water dye or tie-dye certain materials. But never forget that chlorine bleach is a very strong chemical, and you need to be careful when using it, even in small amounts.