In order for white stuff after washing remained the same white, it is necessary first, to wash them separately from colored and white clothes. In addition, items of linen and cotton should be washed separately from wool or synthetics – in this case, after washing, they will not be grey. When washing in the washing machine, you can add to the usual washing powder powder bleach ("power detergent") or add to the Department for pre-washing a little bit of liquid bleach. Now comes a number of bleaches that can be used when washing in automatic machines is specifically indicated on the packaging.
If you are afraid to use whitening things are special bleaches you can use the "grandmother's means". However, it is not advised to use the hard "method of the grandmother" - the boiling with the addition of "White" (this will cause the fabric very quickly get old). There are more gentle ways.
Add in a bucket with hot water and a little potassium permanganate (the water was a little pinkish) and about 200 grams of washing powder, put the already washed clothes, cover with plastic and wait until the water is completely cool. After that, things need to rinse.
Can be bleached white stuff and with the help of hydrogen peroxide. On 2 liters of warm water add one teaspoon of three-percent peroxide, you can also pour a little soda and place linen or clothing for 15-20 minutes. For uniform whitening things that are required from time to time to mix.
White stuff cotton or linen can be bleached, soak them before washing for hours in water with addition of ammonia (it softens the water and prevents yellowing of linen). If things are very dirty you can add in the water a couple of tablespoons of turpentine.
To whiten the lace or tulle in a bucket with hot water, add two tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide and a spoonful of ammonia. Dip things into the solution for 20-30 minutes, then wash.
If you want to bring back the original whiteness of clothes made of natural cotton or wool has already been washed things down in a bucket of warm (about 40 degrees) water, which added a handful of salt, a bit of washing powder, 3 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide and liquid ammonia spoon.