Beige? No, White! How To Make Your Bra Radiant White Again
December 3, 2018 14:48 By Fabiosa
Every woman has her own way of choosing underwear. Some fancy obtaining a variety of gorgeous sets, others prefer basic bras (black, white, and beige), and yet others might like bright, flamboyant ones. But it doesn't matter which type women prefer, they'll all most likely have that crucial white bra in their wardrobe.
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The white bra is considered the most high-maintenance as sweat makes the fabric go grey or yellow. This is why it's so important to alternate your underwear and not wear the poor bra out.
In case it's already stained yellow and lost its natural whiteness, we'll let you in on techniques that can help to give them a fresh and new look again.
№1 – Oxygen bleach
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You can buy it in any household cleaning products store. First, take a look at the recommendations notice, then follow the instructions. Pour lukewarm water into a bowl, add the oxygen bleach – 1 dosing cup (or as per instruction on the packaging). Mix it well. Put the bra into the solution and leave it to soak for an hour. Afterwards, rinse it well and wash it the way you usually would.
№2 – Household ammonia
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This is the best way if you need to bleach a lacy bra, as it won't harm the delicate fabric. You need to stir 2 tablespoons of ammonia liquidmix into a quart (1/4 gallon) of cold water. Put the bra in and leave it to soak for a couple of hours or overnight. Then wash as usual, adding a fabric softener to neutralize the smell of ammonia.
№3 – Salt and water
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Add 2 tablespoons of salt and 2 tablespoons of soda to into a quart (1/4 gallon) of cold water. Mix thoroughly to eliminate clumps. Then soak the bra in this solution for 1-2 hours. Afterwards, rinse it with cold water and wash as usual.
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Try these methods before giving up on your favourite white bra, but remember that underwear needs to be periodically replaced; plus, it's better to have a few sets so that you don't wear out your one-and-only. Also, the moment you notice yellow or grey stains on the white fabric, use one of our tips.
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