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  • Judy Sibley Richlin

    DIY Fabric Whitener::SO simple, and it works! One cup cream of tartar (used in baking to make frosting bright white) and three cups water. Mix together in clean bucket and let your discolored white shirts soak. After washing in a regular cycle, you have a fresh white shirt again.. .

  • Dana Pledger

    DIY Fabric Whitener | Budget Savvy Diva DIY Fabric Whitener It is SO simple and can’t believe that it works. You take one cup of cream of tartar (used in baking for some frosting to make them white, so that’s why this makes so much sense) and three cups of water. Mix together in a clean bucket and let your (once white) shirts soak. Enjoy a fresh white shirt after washing in a regular cycle.

  • Rachel Johnston

    Cream of tartar + water to whiten clothes

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