I undertook the daunting chore of changing out my closet this past weekend. Spring has been a bit shy (only gave me 41 degrees yesterday) so I thought re-closeting would be an encouraging you can do it! The weather has definitely perked up & within a few weeks we'll be wearing white (I'm not too into rules, but I do follow the white & linen ones).
Right now all my whites are in a messy pile on my bedroom chair. Some of them are old, but still have good wear left. I want to pump some life back into my whites & was thinking of doing a bleach cycle. I need advice! Is bleach bad? Not even sure how to do it...
Do you have any whitest white tips? Any green whitening alternatives?
photos: Sickeningly Addicted & ?tumblr
bleach is bad, it weakens fabrics. Try oxiclean! it works great.ReplyDelete
Yes, yes, agreed with abigail! oxi-clean is the best bet, and it's environmentally safe. If you want them super white, let the garments soak with oxi in a sink or tub for a good 4+ hours, shuffling them around for awhile. Then wash like normal, adding a small scoop of the oxi-clean to your detergent. It's crazy how white everything will become!ReplyDelete
oxi clean it is!! i can't wait to try.ReplyDelete
what a lovely photo!! i can't wait till it's warm enough to wear dresses again! we've been in the 40s lately too, although we are very lucky -- it's nearly 60!!ReplyDelete
have a lovely evening!!
I wish I could sit in a swing like that all day.. so prettyReplyDelete
lovely photo, i'm going to pretend that's me too, okay? the sun is magical on natural white fibers, i didn't believe until i've laundered cloth dipes this way...quasi-magical.ReplyDelete