Question by  clubbprez (48)

On what clothes do I use non chlorine bleach?


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

I strongly recommend using non-chlorine bleach always. Bleach breaks down the fibers in your clothing, fades color, deteriorates synthetics and elastics and seriously shortens the life of your fabric.


Answer by  wallaby78 (2293)

Use non chlorine bleach on all clothes where you are afraid the color will run or fade. Also, if the clothing is delicate and easily damaged, it might be best to use non chorine bleach.


Answer by  Octavius (20)

Never use it on colored clothes. The bleach will make nasty white areas taking out all color. Only use it on white and light clothes.


Answer by  kgrim (510)

You use non-chlorine bleach only on white clothes. You may use it on some grays too but never pour it directly on the fabrics because it can permanetly damage them.


Answer by  AloysiusP72 (96)

You should be able to use non chlorine bleach on any clothes that can be laundered, as long the labels say they are washable.


Answer by  Euripides (174)

First, look at the laundry care tag, sewn into a seam somewhere on the garment. This will typically tell you "Bleach", "Non-Chlorine Bleach" or "DO NOT BLEACH". Follow the manufacturer's instructions. If you can't find any, typically you'd use non-chlorine bleach on any fabric with color - i. e. , any color other than pure white. Never bleach silks.

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