My spouse is always getting mad at me for messing up clothes when I
use bleach. Inevitably, some shirt or pants comes out with a large
bleach spot or two. Not every time I wash with bleach, but often
I wait until the washer has been running with the clothes for about 5
min, then I use a small amount of bleach (1/4 cup) and pour it either
diluted or undiluted into the bleach (ADD HERE) thing. I then flush
this out several times and flush off any bleach that may have spilled.
((None does but I"m being very careful.))
I do this every time. I never pour bleach directly into the water
One note, while I don't think this is the problem, I do clean the
bathrooms with bleach. But this wouldn't explain everything.
Yes. I suggest you follow the colored clothes labels, which say something like
BLEACH"! And follow the bleach directions, which say something like "NOT FOR
The "(ADD HERE) thing" is a chute for adding bleach. However, as most people
chlorine-based bleach is for whites only. If you're committed to bleaching your
clothes, use a color-safe, oxygen based-bleach.
Note: chlorine is a fine bleaching agent for whites, but has no true cleaning
has virtually no disinfecting properties, in the presence of the organic load
found in laundry.
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