Clean and whiten your white sneakers in less than 2 minutes
The thing about white sneakers is that they don't stay white very long. And once they are dirty it can be quite tricky to get them looking good again. When white sneakers are new, they really do look their best, and once they are dirty, you will be trying to find diy ideas and ways to get them clean again. You are sure to find all sorts of DIY ideas for getting your white sneakers looking white again, but it's difficult to know which cleaning solution works best. Some will say to use bleach, while others suggest baking soda, or putting the shoes in the washer. The food thing about the following cleaning solutions is that it uses ingredients you might already have in your kitchen. And while the DIY idea cannot be guaranteed, it's certainly worth a try. To start this diy idea for cleaning and whitening your white sneakers you will need a bowl of water and a damp cloth. You will also need some baking soda, a toothbrush and a toothbrush. Take the damp cloth, and start removing the superficial dirt off of the rubber part of the sneaker. Then remove the shoelaces from the sneakers and wash them separately, pour some water into a glass and put some baking soda in the glass. For the rest of the instructions, you will want to look at the site.
Nothing looks less appealing than drab, almost grey, but not white clothes. Whites should appear crisp and fresh, and pure as a summer’s day. Unfortunately, hard water is one thing that can age and turn whites cloudy colored or a not so pretty yellow. To keep whites white you can use natural cleaners and non-toxic cleaners such as baking soda, white vinegar, borax, some lemon juice and hydrogen peroxide. All of these ingredients naturally whiten whites. To use add about 1/2 cup of any of these non-toxic cleaners to each wash cycle to keep your clothes super white. For a double duty whitener, you can mix in 1/2 cup white vinegar and 1/2 cup borax to your white laundry loads. Both of these natural cleaners and ingredients will help to brighten whites, and the white vinegar will soften clothes. To help restore whites, presoak dingy whites in a mixture of about one-gallon of hot water and 1/2 cup of washing soda. Then launder your clothes as you normally would.
For clothes that haven’t been white in quite a while, you can try using the following DIY idea and non-toxic cleaners. To use, fill a pot with some water and add several lemon slices. Then bring the water to a boil. Next, fill a tub with the natural cleaner mixture and soak any white linens, socks and non-delicate items until the water cools. Then wash the clothes as usual. Finally hang the clothes to dry in the sun, which is the least expensive all-natural whitener. The sun will naturally bleach any clothing, without setting stains as a dryer does. For grass and ink stains, drench the stain in some cheap vodka, and put in the laundry as usual. For red wine stains, immediately pour some salt onto the stain to absorb the moisture. Then let the salt work its magic then scrape the salt away. Next blot the red wine stain with liberal amounts of club soda. For all other stains on white laundry, try dabbing the area first with some lemon juice, white vinegar or hydrogen peroxide.
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