How To Whiten Clothes With An Aspirin

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Aspirin is one of the most useful products that I have ever used. I always put between about 8 to 10 aspirin in my laundry along with regular detergent, and it makes my laundry cleaner than anything that I have ever used. If you add some Oxy enzyme cleaner and Borax, you can brighten even the dullest whites, without risking damaging your clothing with bleach. Bleach is good for many things, but I have ruined many clothes that I loved using too much bleach. The wonderful thing about hydrogen peroxide is the fact that you can get the same if not better whitening effects from peroxide than you can with bleach. The other great thing about peroxide is the fact that it is odorless, you certainly cannot say that about bleach. If I smell bleach, the smell says in my nose for hours, and it is very uncomfortable. When I found this aspirin video tutorial by Andrea Jean Cleaning, on YouTube, I realized there were more uses for aspirin than I ever realized, and I could not wait to try them all.

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You can begin by soaking your soiled clothing in hot water and adding some crushed aspirin to the soak.

Image By: Andrea Jean Cleaning Via YouTube
Image By: Andrea Jean Cleaning Via YouTube

How To Whiten Clothes With An Aspirin

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