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Is Using Bleach In laundry A Scary Process?

Jun-17-2022

Absolutely Not! If you know the use of bleach, then it is a very effective way to remove old stains or any stubborn spots from clothes. If you learn how to use bleach in laundry accurately then it can help you disinfect fabrics, get white clothes to be whiter, and remove tough stains from clothes. You should have followed some general steps to use bleach with laundry, but your washing machine’s user guide and the bleach packaging can give you more proper directions. Remember that bleach is used as a watery solution to remove stains or in the washing machine; it's not used on the dryer side.


What Types Of  Bleach Are Used in Laundry?

There are normally two types of liquid bleach that are used for laundry.

1. Chlorine Bleach.

2. Non-chlorine Bleach. 

These are also known as oxygen bleach or color-safe bleach. Chlorine bleach is a great material for removing stains and odors on white dresses but can damage colored fabrics by leaving faded splotches or even burning holes. It also has incredible disinfection power.


On the other hand, non-chlorine bleach is typically used to clean or brighten colored or seasonal clothing. To use this bleach at first check the care labels to make sure if it is tolerable to use on your clothing. 



Guidelines to use Chlorine Bleach-

Nothing can eliminate stains and other blemishes on white clothing like old-fashioned chlorine bleach. Since it is also disinfection, it also works better to remove mildew stains and odors. Here are some guidelines that how to use chlorine bleach in your laundry to brighten your white clothing:

1. At first check the garment’s care label to make sure that you can safely use chlorine bleach and that the bleach will not cause any harm or damage to your clothing.

2. Then run your washing machine at the highest temperature setting the clothing according to its label guidelines.

3. Then you have to add your usual laundry detergent.

4. And the last step is to add 3/4 cup liquid chlorine bleach to your washer’s bleach dispenser and wash as usual.


If you want to remove stains by using bleach, then follow these steps:

1. Use a little bleach in a lot of water to make a weak bleach solution.

2. For stain removal, dip a clean, white cloth in the bleach solution and blot the stain.

3. For removing larger stains, dip your garment in the bleach solution.

4. And repeat this step until the stain is eliminated.



Guidelines to use Non-Chlorine Bleach in Laundry-

Non-chlorine bleach is more eco-friendly than regular chlorine bleach. Regular bleach contains 5.25 percent sodium hypochlorite, and non-chlorine bleach is safer and has eco-friendly ingredients. Hydrogen peroxide or sodium perborate may be an ingredient in non-chlorine bleach. The product is a very effective stain remover and laundry additive. Though non-chlorine bleach is gentler than normal regular bleach, we advise wearing gloves when using any chemical type of bleach.

These Are Some Steps of Using Bleach:

  1. Rinse a cotton sponge into the non-chlorine bleach mixture and wipe a hidden spot on the clothes that you wish to bleach before adding the bleach to the wash. This will ensure you that the fabric is color-fast and that the bleach will not damage the garments.

  2. Then pour the non-chlorine bleach directly onto any kind of stains on the garments that you want to remove. Then rub the clothes where you have poured the bleach. Place the clothes directly into your washing machine.

  3. Then take 1/4 cup of non-chlorine bleach into a measuring cup. If your load of laundry is larger or the clothes are very dirty, then measure out 1/3 cup.

  4. At last, pour the non-chlorine bleach into the washing machine when you will add your regular laundry detergent.


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