you want to fill your laundry room for the first time, but you have no idea of which products to choose? Here are some tips for natural, effective and less expensive products that you should always have at your disposal for your laundry needs.
Oxygen bleach is a stain remover that contains sodium percarbonate.
It is used with any water temperature and helps remove stains, brightens, and deodorizes all colors and white fabrics except silk, wool, and leather. When used in a good way, it de-stains any stubborn stain; here are some proper ways to use it:
For general cleaning: Mix two tablespoons of percarbonate in 1 liter of warm or hot water.
For intensive cleaning: mix four tablespoons of percarbonate in 1 liter of warm or hot water.
To whiten old laundry, deodorize and clean sneakers, or to get rid of yellow stains under the armpits of shirts: mix two tablespoons of sodium percarbonate with 4 liters of water, soak the object to be washed in the mixture, then let sit for at least an hour, or overnight and rinse.
Here are some benefits of baking soda:
Baking soda acts not only as a stain remover but also helps whiten and brighten laundry and eliminates stubborn odors.
-Putting a cup of baking soda into a tub of water and soaking smelly clothes overnight can eliminate odors. Baking soda is less harsh on the environment than synthetic products.
-To remove a stain, mix 6 tablespoons of baking soda with 1/3 cup of warm water, rub it into the stain to remove it from the fabrics, then rinse the baking soda before you put the material in the washing machine.
-To whiten and brighten your clothes or fabrics, add baking soda to your washer; this will make white fabrics whiter and colored ones brighter.
Distilled white vinegar
Distilled white vinegar is used not only for cooking but also for laundry. It softens, deodorizes fabric, and removes stains:
When you add half a cup of distilled white vinegar to the fabric softener dispenser, it acts as a fabric softener and keeps your machine smelling fresh and clean,
-To neutralize smoke, pets and sweat odors, or any other odors from your clothes, add 1/2 or 1 cup of vinegar to your laundry. It will deodorize your clothes.