How to Keep White Clothes White - Video Guide


Are your once bright whites looking dull and dingy? Don't throw in the towel just yet! Our expert tips on How to Keep White Clothes White will help you restore your favorite garments to their former glory in no time!

We promised and now it's time to deliver! This is Zero B.S Home from Dropps, and in this video, we’re talking about how to keep white clothes white. Let’s get to it!

How To Keep White Clothes White

First, some cold, hard facts: The bleach our parents and caregivers used growing up – and still in some households today – is made with sodium hypochlorite. If not used carefully, it can also bleach out the color from any clothing that it touches, even after just a few seconds! Old school bleach can damage clothes and leave whites slightly yellow after repeated uses. Who wants that? Fortunately, laundry has evolved since then, and there is a better way of doing things nowadays. You don’t need to use bleach or harsh chemicals. Dropps is here to show you how to keep white clothes white without sacrificing your health or the planet.

How Can I Make my White Clothes White Again Without Bleach?

Let's introduce you to your new laundry superhero: Dropps Oxi Booster Pods, our oxygen bleach alternative! This product works much in the same way as traditional bleach, in that it can help get rid of tough odors and stains while keeping your colors bright and your whites white. The sodium percarbonate found in oxygen bleach – and here in our Oxi Booster Pods–is just as effective in keeping your laundry looking great, but without the toxicity of traditional chlorine bleach.

Most fabrics are safe to use with oxygen bleach products, and these Oxi Booster laundry pods are designed with the care of your clothes in mind. Plus, you can use them in your top-loading or front-loading washing machines – even if they’re High Efficiency (HE) models.

How to Make Whites White Again with Oxi Booster Pods

When it comes to reviving your dingy white clothes, our fabric care experts at Dropps recommend soaking the items in 1 gallon of cold water with the dissolved Oxi Booster pod before washing as usual with Dropps laundry detergent pods.

Simply submerge the items in the solution for 1-5 hours depending on the stain and then place them in the washing machine as normal.

There you have it! Now you’re ready to strut in style.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have more questions about how to keep white clothes white? We’re here to help.

How can I get my white clothes white again?

Are your white clothes looking dingy? Don’t worry, we have a solution for how to get your whites white again. Wash your white clothing items with Dropps Oxi Booster Pods! You can add an Oxi Booster Pod to your regular laundry load, or dissolve the pod in a clean sink or basin and allow your formerly-white item to soak. The oxygen bleach will remove stains and restore your clothes to their former glory without bleaching the colors you want in your clothes out.

How do you keep white clothes so they don't turn yellow?

White clothes can turn yellow for a variety of reasons. A common cause of yellowing, particularly in the armpits is from sweat and sweat stains. Luckily, we have a guide for how to remove those pesky stains! You can avoid yellowing by using a detergent that contains enzymes, like our Stain & Odor Laundry detergent, and using Oxi Booster regularly to brighten and whiten clothing, eliminating stains before they set.

Does baking soda keep white clothes white?

Baking soda can help you in keeping whites white by acting as a natural stain remover and whitening agent. You can add a half cup of baking soda to your wash cycle, or use a paste made from baking soda and water as a pretreatment for particularly stained white items. While baking soda is an excellent stain remover, it does not work on all fabrics, so be sure to test it in a small inconspicuous place before washing an item in it.