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How To Wash White T-Shirts

Save your favorite shirts from dinginess, yellowing, and pit stains! Our bright solutions will reveal visibly vibrant clothes with every wash and keep your shirts in rotation for longer. Yay!

GATHER THESE TOOLS: Stain Solution, All-Purpose Bleach Alternative, Wash & Stain Bar, Stain Brush, Wash Tub Basin, Whites Detergent, Fabric Conditioner Classic

Step 1: Sort It Out

Sort laundry before washing, separating your white tees from the rest of your T-shirts. Beware of colorful items that may sneak into your load, such as a rogue sock or two! (Read our guide on how to sort laundry here.)

Step 2: Pretreat Stains

For food and armpit stains, pre-treat with our Stain Solution and one capful of our All-Purpose Bleach Alternative. Mix the solution to create a paste. Use our Stain Brush or your finger to scrub the paste. For oil-based stains, use the Wash & Stain Bar.

*All-Purpose Bleach Alternative cannot be used on silk or woolens

Step 3: Soak, Soak, Soak

Presoaking is the most important step in achieving your goal of ultra-bright whites. Create a bath of hot water and one capful All-Purpose Bleach Alternative and fully submerge the item. Allow it to soak for at least 30 minutes or until satisfied. This method is suitable for durable fabrics such as cotton, linen, and denim.

Step 4: Handwash or Machine Wash

To handwash, fill a Wash Tub Basin or sink with hot water (that's key here!). Add a squirt of Whites Detergent, which works to fight dinginess and brighten white T-shirts, plus a capful of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative to fade stains and remove dulling buildup. For fabric-nourishing softness and a boost of clean linen scent, mix in some of our Fabric Conditioner Classic.

To machine wash, wash with hot water with an extra rinse spin cycle. Add in the appropriate amount of Whites Detergent depending on the load size and a capful of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative

Step 5: Hang High to Dry

Utilize the summer sun and line dry items outside if possible. Sunlight acts as a natural, energy-saving whitener.