How to get crazy white whites

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How to get crazy white whites

how to clean whites

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So this one’s gonna be short but awesome, because we’re solving one of those pesky little everyday problems: keeping your whites looking white. Really white. Not beige, not dingy, and not with those gross yellowy stains around the armpits.

A little while back I was having my comforter cleaned at the laundromat, and the woman working there was folding this insanely perfect load of whites, so I asked her how she got them so clean. I combined her tips with a little research and some experimentation, and bam – whites to impress even anal retentives like myself.

What you’ll need:
Resolve All-Stains Pretreater
OxiClean
Tide Free (or your preferred brand of laundry detergent)
Clorox Bleach
1 Cup Measure

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How to totally win at Easter eggs

the best easy easter eggs

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