HOMEMADE OXYGEN BLEACH 1 half gallon bottle or jug 2 cups hydrogen peroxide (the kind you get in the brown bottles) water Pour peroxide 2 cups of peroxide into half gallon bottle or jug and fill jar the rest of the way with water (I use water filtered through my Big Berkey Water Filter). Use like you would use store bought all-fabric bleach. 1 cup per load of laundry.
How To Restore Stained & Yellowed Vintage Linens Put yellowed items in a large pot of water. Add 1/4 cup salt and 1/2 cup baking soda. (Alternatively you can do this same method using an oxygen bleach.) Bring to a boil and turn off the burner. The SECRET to cleaning linens is HOT water. Allow to soak (with occasional stirring) for as long as needed. It’s not uncommon for it to take 2 to 3 days.
Seven laundry product recipes on one cheat sheet! This is one of those things you are going to want to print out and keep handy. There are seven homemade laundry products here – powdered & liquid laundry detergent, oxygen bleach, stain remover, laundry whitening solution,…
3 scoops of oxy clean in approx 2.5 gallons hot water. Get frothy with a Brush and tap onto the boards. It should get slightly bubbly (if not, time to dump & make again). Scrub off and rinse. This worked well on our cedar deck that had sat for 2 years.