Asked by: Felicisima Qotbiasked in category: General Last Updated: 6th February, 2020
Does bleach help with stains?
Similarly one may ask, can I put bleach directly on a stain?
This is a great question–a lot of times when people have a small stain on a white item, they make the mistake of dabbing a little undiluted bleach directly onto the stain–please don't do this! Apply a little to the stain and rub in, wait 5 minutes, and then rinse the stain.
One may also ask, can you put bleach directly on white clothes? How to use it: Bleach works great as a whitener and disinfectant for white cotton underwear and socks, but don't pour it directly onto your clothes. Use the automatic bleach dispenser in your washer, if you have one, or add properly measured bleach after the tub of your washer is filled with water.
One may also ask, can I use bleach to remove stains on white clothes?
Chlorine Bleach When used properly, bleach excels at removing stains and grime from white clothing and sanitizing your garments. If you have a washing machine without a bleach dispenser, pour 1/2 cup of bleach into the wash water after adding the detergent but before adding the clothes.
Can Clorox stains be removed?
Unfortunately, a bleach stain is permanent. Once bleach has made contact with a fabric, the stain will have set, stripping the colour or dye from the fabric. Rinse the area with cold water to remove any excess bleach. Create a thick paste by mixing together some baking soda and water.