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

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    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

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    How to whiten dingy whites via Martha Stewart.

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    Denture-Cleaning Tablets to Remove stains from ceramics, Boiling Water and Lemon Slices Whitens Linens, Cloth Napkins and Even Socks. Baking Soda To Clean Grout

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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.

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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.

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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.

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