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As someone who loves all things fashion, fall is one of the best times to spruce up your wardrobe. You can mix and match neutrals, layer with cardigans, and bring out your favorite flannels. As I was looking for my favorite fall outfits, I realized how easy it is to dress up a white tee. You’ll “fall” in love with these three outfit ideas!
I know you may be wondering how I keep my white tee looking so fresh and new. The trick is regular Clorox Bleach with CLOROMAX. It’s guaranteed to keep your clothes white longer with its patented whitening formula*. When I first started using bleach, I was very hesitant as I did not want to ruin my clothes. I can now proudly say I am a bleach expert, and use it to keep my whites from fading. Clorox Bleach will keep your clothes whiter longer*. Here are a few simple steps to keep your whites looking bright and brand new!
Purchase Regular Clorox Bleach with CLOROMAX
I headed to my local Target where I was able to pick up Clorox Bleach for an affordable price.
Add Clorox Bleach to Wash
Simply add ½ cup of Clorox Bleach before adding whites. Bleach works best with hot water. If the clothing is especially stained, you can pretreat it by pouring some of the bleach on the stain and rubbing it in with an old toothbrush. Let it sit for a few minutes, then throw it in the washer.
After a day’s worth of cooking with oils, I had gotten a few stains on one of my favorite white tees. I put Clorox Bleach with CLOROMAX to the test and watched it work its magic!
I followed the tips above and couldn’t believe how easily the stains came out. I even noticed my tee being more white after washing with Clorox Bleach. I hope these tips can help you feel confident when bleaching your own whites. Never underestimate the power of bleach!
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*based on stain removal vs. detergent alone