Crazy4coke52
Crazy4coke52
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  • La Vista, NE
Asked on May 22, 2017

How can I get my yellowed lace to look white again?

JohnCrazy4coke52Michele Pappagallo
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I recently seen a post on getting the yellow out of lace. However, I can't find that post now. Can anyone out there help me? Please....
Jan M.
9 answers
  • I am not sure about post you saw but Orvus Quilt Soap can work miracles.
  • Sharon
    on May 22, 2017

    Cold Water and Baking Soda
    1. Place a basin in the kitchen sink. Fill it with cold water.
    2. Add 1/4 cup of baking soda.
    3. Swish the water around to dissolve the baking soda.
    4. Add the fabric, using your hand to gently swish it in the water.
    5. Let it soak for approximately one hour.
    6. Remove the linens, fabrics and laces.
    7. Use the spray attachment on the kitchen faucet with cold water to rinse the textiles.
    8. Line dry on a sunny day, outside. Sunshine will also brighten fabrics naturally.
    Another benefit from the baking soda wash is that baking soda is a natural odor fighter. It can eliminate or reduce musty or smoky smells from older fabrics.
  • Janet Pizaro
    on May 22, 2017

    www.hometalk.com/2856409/the-right-way-to-clean-vintage-linens
  • Kzi10407906
    on May 22, 2017

    Oxiclean does wonders. Just soak the lace for a few hours, then rinse and lay flat on a towel to dry
  • Michele Pappagallo
    on May 23, 2017

    Wash it with OxiClean then hang it outside in the bright sun to dry. Sunshine brightens white linens very well.
  • Crazy4coke52
    on May 25, 2017

    Thank you. I will try it.
  • Crazy4coke52
    on May 25, 2017

    I use Biz to clean oven racks. That's a great idea. thank you.
  • Crazy4coke52
    on May 25, 2017

    I just wanted to say thank you to all my friends at Hometalk for all the lace whitening suggestions.I appreciate all the help.
    Crazy4coke52
  • John
    on May 25, 2017

    have you tried bleach or borax with whitener?
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