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How To Wash & Whiten Yellowed Pillows

Washing pillows: HOT water, laundry detergent, powdered dishwasher detergent, bleach, borax

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How to Wash and Naturally Whiten Dingy Pillows

How to Naturally Whiten Pillows. I just did this. I used peroxide, vinegar and bleach on the soak. Then laundry detergent, oxy-clean and more bleach on the wash cycle. Worked really well but maybe not so natural with the addition of bleach. . Jeana

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from POPSUGAR Smart Living

How to Wash and Naturally Whiten Dingy Pillows

How to Naturally Whiten Pillows. I just did this. I used peroxide, vinegar and bleach on the soak. Then laundry detergent, oxy-clean and more bleach on the wash cycle. Worked really well but maybe not so natural with the addition of bleach. . Jeana

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If You Don’t Own Borax, Go Buy It Right Now. It Will Make These 25 Tasks So Much Easier.

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How To Wash & Whiten Yellowed Pillows

washing pillows - should do TWICE A YEAR! (+ how to make yellow pillows white again...Martha Stewart)

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from wikiHow

Wash Feather Pillows

How to Wash Feather Pillows (with Pictures) - wikiHow. Treating yellowing Add 1 cup (240 milliliters) of hydrogen peroxide and ½ cup (120 milliliters) of white vinegar to whiten yellowed pillows. Set the washing machine to a "soak" cycle. Add the hydrogen peroxide and white vinegar directly into the drum. Once the soak cycle has finished, add the detergent.[15]

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