Category: Making Dingy Whites White Again


Testimonial by: Jill S.

My son plays travel baseball- and somehow they continue to think white pants are a good choice. Living in Georgia, the red clay is almost impossible to get out! But White Brite sure does! Completely! Without bleaching any of the coloring on the pants! I just put the pants in a bucket with hot water and White Brite and let the soak (usually overnight), then throw them in the wash the next morning. For additional grass stains I have to use a little stain pretreat- but they come out sparkling white!
Thanks White Birte!
by: Jill Snow

Testimonial by: Shannon Hewitt Urquiola”Ž


I LOVE WHITE BRITE and THIS is why!!! My daughter plays travel softball and I could not make it without White Brite! Every Mom on all of her teams know about it, because I share it with EVERYONE!! THANK YOU so MUCH for making my life of laundry so much easier! I only wish PUBLIX sold it!! by: Shannon Hewitt Urquiola”Ž


Testimonial by: Bert King

White Brite Laundry Whitener removed most of the stains from an entire load of whites. In fact White Brite worked so well... I'm afraid to wash another load of whites without it.
by: Bert King

Testimonial by: Amanda Harper

We live in Georgia and my son plays travel baseball. He plays a TON of baseball throughout the year in the lovely Georgia Red Clay. People have always steered clear of white pants because of the red clay stains and until we found Iron Out, we did too! We love it. We can not survive in our house without it. I keep several bottles in stock and take it with us when we travel on weekend tournaments. We gather the teams uniforms (white AND grey pants) & soak them in warm water & iron out at the end of the day. Voila!!! They are ready for another day of baseball and look brand new. I don't know what I would do if I didn't have this product. It is simply amazing!
by: Amanda Harper

Getting Rid of Dingy


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It is so frustrating when a white t-shirt gets dingy. Dingy whites are one of my pet-peeves. I can deal with ketchup stains and messes, but when my whites are no longer white, I get irritated. I have been searching for the perfect way to remove stains from clothing, especially when it comes to the dingy looking stains that are left on white shirts after they have had a little bit of use. One of the things I have found hardest is being able to remove hard water stains from clothing.

I asked friends if they knew how to get my white shirts whiter.It didn't take long before one friend told me she had found the perfect way to remove stains from clothing. She told me she no longer had trouble getting her dingy whites clean again. After asking how she did it, she revealed her secret.

She told me she uses White Brite. I decided that if it worked so well for her and her family, I should try it at our house. I let the shirts soak for about five minutes in water and White Brite, per the instructions, added my normal detergent, and started the wash. When the shirts came out, not only were they clean, they weren't dingy!

It may seem silly to some that this was such a big deal to me. However, as a mom, it can be frustrating to see all of the whites my children wear slowly turn yellow. Being able to get rid of the dingy, yellow color has saved my sanity. I no longer need to worry about constantly getting new t-shirts. When I wash them with White Brite, the old shirts look new again.

I also found that this works on more than just t-shirts. In fact, it is safe for all white fabrics. I have started washing socks, work shirts, tablecloths, and more with White Brite. Everything comes out looking better than before. White Brite does more for my dingy white than anything I have tried in the past. When white clothes get dingy, I highly suggest White Brite. You'll be happy at how white your whites look when properly cleaned. In fact, now I am suggesting White Brite to all my friends. I feel no one should have to deal with the frustration I went through, trying to get my clothes looking better.


Saving a White Spring Jacket from Disaster



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It is so hard to find a favorite spring jacket. You know, one of those ones that keep you warm, but are light enough for the slightly cool weather. After searching for the perfect jacket and finding it, imagine my surprise when I washed it and it came out with huge hard water stains.

It appears as if the new apartment I moved into had extremely hard water that wasn't treated. This hard water wasn't treated which caused all my whites, including my jacket, to turn into a huge dingy whites pile. There was just no way for me to know how to remove clothing stains, especially when they were caused by hard water.

While I could have lived with most of my whites turning dingy, it was the jacket that really got to me. I spent hours scouring the Internet looking for ways to make whites brighter or for ways at I how could start removing stains from clothes. I looked for recommendations on how to remove hardwater stains from clothing, and I have to say I tried numerous ones. However, nothing worked.

I didn't find the solution to my hard water problem until a friend of mine recommended that I try a product called White Brite. She said that her mom had tried it and been extremely successful in treating and removing hard water stains from clothing and it worked at removing clothes stains. In fact, she even offered to let me borrow it to see how it worked.

The product was a lot easier to use than I had expected. All I had to do was soak the clothing I wanted clean in warm water mixed with the White Brite solution. I soaked the clothing in the washer for about three hours and then washed them as I normally would. The final result was amazing.

The white jacket not only came out fluffy and clean, but all hard water stains disappeared. I will definitely be making White Brite a regular part of my cleaning supplies as it works amazing at removing hard water stains. I can't wait to see how it works on other white clothing and even see how it works at removing rust stains in clothes.


Keeping Baseball Pants White


Have you ever had to try cleaning baseball pants white as new? It is not an easy task. In fact, cleaning white uniforms of any kind is not a fun prospect. No one wants to have dingy whites, especially when those whites are a part of a costume or uniform.Keep baseball pants white

Hard water can cause yellowing in clothes. This is especially apparent in whites. Unfortunately, any old clothing stain remover isn’t going to remove hardwater stains from clothing. Removing clothing stains in general is not easy.

When my white clothes get dingy, I feel gross. It may be a little strange, but when I know how to get my white shirts whiter, I feel better all around. Dingy whites are a pet peeve of mine. However, we have hard water at my home.

It seems like my son’s baseball pants are the most difficult thing to keep white. Sure, they get dirty while he’s playing, but they also get stained when I wash them. That is why I stared looking for a product to help me get rid of the impurities that my hard water caused in the uniform.

White Brite is what helped in my home. I no longer have to worry about dingy whites. It is now easy, cleaning baseball pants white. My son’s uniform is no longer the yellow-looking one. After a quick soak in the washing machine, and then a normal run through, White Brite helps me remove stains from clothes.

I’ve started telling all the moms from the baseball team. Of course, they don’t all have hard water. However, those that do are also singing the praises of this product. Even those that don’t have hard water have found that it is easier removing stains from clothes with White Brite than it was before.

When looking for something that will help remove hardwater stains from clothing and combat dingy whites, White Brite is exactly what you need. There is nothing I have tried that does a better job at keeping my white bright. All the whites in my home look more like new than they have in a long time, and it is all thanks to White Brite.


Staying Fashionable Without Worrying About Rust or Hard Water Stains


White jeans seemed to be the latest fashion trend. In an effort to be trendy I purchased several pairs of white jeans for my wardrobe. While these pants are extremely fashionable, they are also a pain to clean. Recently, a several pairs got a few rust stains and hard water stains on them after several washes.

I tried numerous suggestions on how to remove rust stains from clothing. I tried bleach, some odd mixture of household products and I even tried hand scrubbing the stains for several minutes. Nothing worked. I was about ready to just toss the jeans into what I call my dingy whites pile, when I discovered a solution – White Brite.

My mother recommended that I try a product that she found extremely successful. She said that she recently purchased White Brite and the product worked wonders when it comes to removing stains from clothes. She said she was able to successfully remove hardwater stains from clothing and even got pesky rust stains out.

Thinking that I had nothing to lose, as I had tried all my other ideas for getting stains out of my jeans, I decided to try White Brite. The product was extremely easy to use. I didn't have to scrub or spend hours watching the stain remove. All I had to do was soak the clothing in a combination of warm water and White Brite solution, then immediately wash the clothing as I normally would.

I was a little skeptical that the product would work. After all, anything that just required you to soak and wash couldn't possibly remove stains like it said, but I was proven wrong. When I removed the clothing from the dryer it was like someone waved a magic wand. All the rust and hard water stains disappeared.

White Brite has now become a regular staple in my laundry room, as it works wonders to remove clothing stains. I have used it numerous times to remove stains from clothing and will continue to do so for many years to come.


Try a New Product


Keeping dress shirts spotless is difficult. However, it is even harder keeping these clothes from getting dingy. If you have hard water, it can feel a little overwhelming sometimes. Dingy whites make you look and feel less clean, and because of that, it is important to remove hardwater stains from clothing.

I have hardwater. Because of this, I am always looking up how to get my white shirts whiter. Of course, sometimes we get stains on our clothes from food, but those have always been easier to deal with than the slow buildup of hardwater stains. Bleach does nothing for this, at least in my experience.

After a lot of research on how to remove clothing stains, I was about to give up. I felt like I had tried everything there was. I didn’t want to throw out good clothes, but I also didn’t want to wear a shirt that looked yellow, even though it started white.

However, I was in luck. One day while I was at the grocery store, I was picking up some cleaners. I saw a product that I hadn’t seen before. The label of White Brite said that it could make help with dingy clothes. Getting stains out would be much easier with this product than with others, it said. I decided to try it out.

When I got home, I took some dingy whites and threw them in the washing machine. I added White Brite, and let the clothes soak for a few minutes, per the label. After that, I added my normal detergent and set the clothes to wash.

To be completely honest, I didn’t expect much. Nothing else had worked to remove hardwater stains from clothing. However, when the clothes were dry, I was happily surprised.

You see, the clothes that had looked yellowed before now looked white. I didn’t have to worry about buying new shirts; these looked as good as new!

I have started using White Brite for all of my white clothes. I no longer have dingy whites, and instead have the perfect clothing stain remover.


Saving White Cloth Headbands From Stains


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My daughter has a favorite headband that she loves to wear. This white cloth headband goes with almost any outfit and she insists on wearing it daily. Imagine my surprise when I went to pull the headband out of the dryer and noticed that somewhere during the washing process it got numerous hard water stains on it.

I have never had an issue with hard water stains, but lately every load of laundry comes out with yellow spots from the hard water. I spent numerous hours looking for how to remove stains from clothing. I didn't want to develop a huge white clothes stained pile that was filled with numerous clothing items that couldn't be used.

I must have spent numerous hours trying to find how to remove clothes stains that were caused by hard water. No matter what clothing stain remover I tried nothing seemed to work. All the clothing came out with the yellow stains still on them.

It wasn't until I found a mother's forum that I discovered White Brite. A mother on one of the forum boards recommended a product called White Brite. She said it worked wonders to remove hardwater stains from clothing. Figuring I had nothing left to lose, I decided to give the product a try.

White Brite is an extremely easy product to use, especially when using it to remove stains from clothes. All I had to do was soak the clothing in a mixture of warm water and White Brite solution. After soaking the clothing for several hours, I washed them like normal and the product worked its magic.

I was amazed at the results that I got. All the clothing I washed, including the white headband my daughter loves so much, came out clean and spotless. I no longer have to worry about developing a pile of dingy whites in my laundry room, as White Brite works wonders and does the best job I've seen at getting stains out.