How to Disinfect Colored Laundry
Colored laundry presents a challenge when disinfecting because the standard disinfectant, chlorine bleach, is a poor choice. Chlorine bleach can damage colored laundry. Very hot water, over 160 degrees, is also an adequate disinfectant for clothes, but...
Bleach is of course the most common disinfectant used in households, but there
are several other ... This helps to set the color and prevent clothes from fading.
Nov 23, 2011 ... A: Unfortunately, there are currently no products that disinfect all colored laundry.
Our Clorox2® Stain Fighter and Color Booster contains ...
Oct 21, 2006 ... Hi! I posted this on the "cleaning" forum as well, but wanted to check to see if
anyone here has advice about sterilizing or disinfecting laundry ...
Disinfecting laundry can be an important part of keeping it fresh and clean, ... is
best for white items, while all-fabric bleach should be used on colored items. 4.
For laundry that has been exposed to bacteria or body fluids, disinfecting is ... in
hot and warm water, and can be used on both white and colored fabrics. Some ...
Oct 15, 2015 ... Hotter water can also damage some fabrics and colors. Read more: Why ... Cold
water will clean dirty clothes just fine, but it won't sanitize them.
Aug 27, 2008 ... To effectively disinfect laundry, start the wash cycle, add the disinfecting product
and then ... Laundry detergent and Borax will disinfect colors.
Freshen and sanitize your colored towels in label-suggested cool or warm ... or
so of baking soda to a wash load of towels along with gentle laundry detergent.