SAY goodbye to yellowing bedsheets.
Cleaning pro Gilla Leigh posted a video sharing how she keeps her bedding so white for just $5.
Her secret uses Dawn dish soap to keep her bedsheets pearly white.
“I use it instead of bleach because bleach can yellow your whites,” she said.
Leigh’s whitening step adds no extra hassle to your laundry routine.
The cleaning expert advised not to put the dish soap in your detergent dispenser as it can create suds.
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Instead, she said to just “put it on a rag and toss the rag in with the laundry.”
“Just one tablespoon on a rag and throw it in your laundry,” she said.
“You can use it alone or as a blaster, either way, it works.”
Dawn dish soap can be purchased at Target for just about $5, or on Amazon for around $7.
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Aside from brightening your whites, Dawn can also help fight any nasty stains such as coffee or marinara sauce.
Many viewers loved her tip, saying: “It really does work,” and “Makes clothes feel so much cleaner.”
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Another user said: “Since doing this, I’ve not had a problem at all! Just super bright whites.”
“I approve of this message.”
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