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How to Make Your Own Oxygen Bleach

How to Make Your Own Oxygen Bleach 2 cups water 1 cup baking soda 1 cup hydrogen peroxide Use a funnel for the baking soda and add BS and HP, it will fizz. Always check it on fabrics first

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This DIY Oxygen Bleach Spray Costs Pennies to Make:


Ultimate Guide To Oxygen Bleach: Uses For Laundry, Stain Removal & Cleaning

The ultimate guide to oxygen bleach, providing tips and instructions for how it works, its active ingredients, and what factors makes it most effective, plus an explanation of many of its uses around your home, for laundry, stain removal and cleaning {on Stain Removal 101}

from Live Simply

Homemade Oxi-Clean Like Laundry Booster

Homemade OxiClean Laundry Booster. Ditch the Oxi-Clean and get those whites white with this homemade oxygen bleach!

from One Good Thing by Jillee

How to Restore Stained and Yellowed Linens

"How to Restore Stained and Yellowed Linens" WHAT I DID: 1c. Baking Soda, 1 c. Regular Salt in the largest pot that came with my set (5 qt I think?) filled with water about 4 inches below the rim. The linens I tried it on were MASSIVELY dirty (picked up at a "bag" sale, figured saving them was worth a try) so I changed the water after about 6 hours each time and restarted the process 3 times. They're now beautiful & perfectly white (and essentially restored antique handwork napkins!).


How To Clean Outdoor Brick and Other Pavers - Better Outdoor Living at Home

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Powdered oxygen bleach, a scrub brush and some water are all you need to make tile and grout look like new. PHOTO CREDIT: Tim Carter