When you wash your clothes, do you use aspirin? This may sound strange to you, but it has benefits you didn’t even know existed. That’s why you have to put an aspirin in the washing machine every time you wash your clothes, especially whites.
In white laundry, aspirin is very effective in removing unwanted stains and extending the life of clothes.
This pill will save your white laundry, and you will find that it can even compete with industrial stain removing and bleaching agents. How then can you remove the stains and prevent that repelling grayish color of white clothes, and restore their freshness?
You may be surprised to learn that you can do all of this with an ordinary aspirin pill.
What should you do?
Dissolve 5,300 mg of aspirin pills in 2 gallons of hot water.
For faster dissolution, crush them into smaller pieces. Soak your white clothes overnight in the solution.
The next day, wash the clothes in your washing machine with several aspirin pills, to restore their original white color. You will be surprised at the results.
Furthermore, this trick is more effective than both commercial stain removers and bleaches because it removes all the stains and dirt without damaging the fabric.
You will definitely use it all the time once you try it.