How To Wash And Whiten Yellowed Pillows

jeudi 17 mars 2016
If your pillows aren’t as white as they used to be, that doesn’t mean that you should throw them away.
You should know that naturally whitening your pillows costs much less than buying a new set.
That’s why in this article we’re going to present you a very effective method which will help you to clean your old stained pillows and of course to get your pillows white again!
Lots of people saying that this method worked for them! So ,why not try it?
Pillows get yellow after time and ordinary tactics may “clean” them but don’t remove the stain. The “secret weapons” is the use of extra hot water.

In the video below, you can see that Jillee adds a couple of pans of boiling water to the mix to get the temperature up higher than just the regular hot water setting.
Also, important tip is to wash two pillows at a time, because the off-balance load of a heavy, wet pillow makes the machine go crazy during the spin – at worst could damage the machine. That’s why putting two pillows in on opposite sides balances the load and keeps things sane.
It’s also important to agitate the pillows for a long period, so it’s good to use the “heavy” setting. Bleach can be an ecological hazard as well as a dangerous chemical to have around the home. One thing about this tutorial that some people dislike is the use of bleach. Luckily, it is completely possible to use a natural bleach alternative.
The following process will restore your pillows to their former glory! Plus, it’s good for your personal hygiene!

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