How To Wash A White Shirt With Black Sleeves?

How do you wash a white shirt with black stripes?

Fill a Wash Tub Basin or sink with cool water to prevent the colored stripes from bleeding onto the white area.

You can add a capful of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative to the Wash Tub Basin or sink.

Add in our Signature Detergent for cotton items and agitate the water to dissolve the detergent.

Can I wash a white shirt with black clothes?

You can attempt to wash your whites and colored clothes in your washer in COLD water AT THE SAME TIME, IF the colored clothes are old and the dye that colors them is faded. Be sure no colored clothing is brand new when washing with white clothes. The excess color must be washed out of new clothes.

How do you wash a white shirt with color on it?

For whites-with-colors that don’t like regular bleach and/or hot water, you can switch those out with a color-safe “bleach” (which contains hydrogen-peroxide) and/or cool water and still add the dye catcher. Those articles won’t be disinfected, but they should still be acceptably white.

Can you bleach a white shirt with black stripes?

Bleach will ruin it. The dye from the black portion may not have been set when you first laundered the garment. At this point, it may be permanently embedded in the formerly white stripes. However, you can try washing it using borax laundry powder to see if the lighter portion will brighten.