Do you have those clothes that after a couple of years the whites look gray instead of white? I have had that problem for years and never knew what to do about it until a few months ago. I was talking about how my microfiber clothes were a dingy gray color and a reader suggested Mrs. Stewarts Liquid Bluing. I had never heard of Mrs. Stewarts before but I figured it wouldn’t hurt to try. I couldn’t believe the difference it made in my whites. It’s not going to get the stains out, but if you have those dirty gray clothes this one simple trick to get your whites whiter will amaze you.
I have heard that some stores sell Mrs. Stewarts, but I couldn’t find it locally so I picked up mine from Amazon. It was six dollars a bottle and each load only uses around 1/4 of a teaspoon so you can plan on this bottle lasting a long time. Six dollars is much cheaper than buying new clothes every time something turns gray. You can use this on any clothes or towels that you would like to get whiter.
To start out with, I would recommend you put on old clothes. Think of this as a dye, so you won’t want to have on nice clothes when you do your laundry. If you get any of the bluing liquid on your clothes it will stain them.
I have two white tank tops and one is way older than the other one. The older tank top has turned to a dirty gray. It’s really hard to tell in the picture, but it just doesn’t look white anymore. I decided to use the Mrs. Stewarts on the tank top.