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  • Emily Tyler

    How to whiten dingy whites via Martha Stewart.

  • Jan Irven Daft

    Martha Stewart How to whiten socks plus several other ways to remove stains. GREAT

  • Caroline Good

    How to whiten linens with lemon. marthastewart.com There are several natural cleaners you probably already keep in your home. Lemons can help whiten. White damask napkins, linens, and even socks can be whitened on the stove: Fill a pot with water and a few slices of fresh lemon; bring the water to a boil. Turn off heat, add linens, and let soak for up to an hour; launder as usual. For extra brightening, spread them out in the sunlight to dry.

  • Tami Carter

    How to Wash and Remove Stains How to Whiten With Lemon There are several natural cleaners you probably already keep in your home. Lemons can help whiten. White damask napkins, linens, and even socks can be whitened on the stove: Fill a pot with water and a few slices of fresh lemon; bring the water to a boil. Turn off heat, add linens, and let soak for up to an hour; launder as usual. For extra brightening, spread them out in the sunlight to dry. Read more at Marthastewart.com: Home Repairs – Martha Stewart

  • Antoinette Gabriel

    How to whiten linens with lemon. Tea and coffee stains can be removed from ceramic cups with denture-cleaning tablets. Just fill the cup with warm water, and drop in a tablet. When the tablet stops fizzing, empty the cup, and if it's still stained, repeat the process. To whiten cloth napkins, linens, and even socks, fill a large pot with water, and drop in several slices of lemon. Bring to a boil, then turn off the heat. Add the linens, and let them soak for about an hour. Then launder as usu

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Martha Stewart Living: To whiten cloth napkins, linens, and even socks, fill a large pot with water, and drop in several slices of lemon. Bring to a boil, then turn off the heat. Add the linens, and let them soak for about an hour. Then launder as usual.

How to Whiten With Lemon There are several natural cleaners you probably already keep in your home. Lemons can help whiten. White damask napkins, linens, and even socks can be whitened on the stove: Fill a pot with water and a few slices of fresh lemon; bring the water to a boil. Turn off heat, add linens, and let soak for up to an hour; launder as usual. For extra brightening, spread them out in the sunlight to dry.

How to clean your glass shower door: Just dip that lemon in the bowl of salt, rub on the scummy glass, let sit while you shampoo and condition, then rinse off. The lemon juice, with the help of the abrasiveness of the salt literally eats the soap scum. I have since read in more than a few places that putting lemon oil on the glass after you've cleaned it helps a great deal in KEEPING the glass scum-free.

citrus wreath this a DYI that I think is fabulous for spring time because of the color for a door, or placed on a shudder, depends on your living space, if I were to to it inside I might try to make a different "form" like a heart using the wire, or perhaps two straight forms with an option to hold a candle on the bottom and flank a mirror with them.

To remove tough food stains from light wood and plastic cutting boards, slice a lemon in half, squeeze onto the soiled surface, rub, and let sit for 20 minutes before rinsing. The best part? You'll have a house that smells like a lemon grove rather than chemicals.

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This is the magic recipe the ladies from the Garden Club gave me. If you run into some antique linens and want to make them look like new, here's your recipe.