How to Bleach Clothes Without the Use of Bleaching Powder?

I know we’re still in the middle of the week but here let me bring you ahead of time some useful washing tips that you or your house help can make use of come, weekend. Of course before chilling out and do some relaxing with friends and loved ones on a beach, park or perhaps just a movie date at home with your family on weekend, we always want to clear that laundry bin out first, yea? So here’s something you need to know to keep that bright and shiny white color of your sheets and clothes at home.

Did you know that bleaching clothes can be possible without the use of any bleaching agent?

During the time of Moses, Cleopatra, Jesus Christ, and other people of old times, there was no bleaching powder for clothes. But how did they clean and bleach the clothes, papers and other materials? Simply wet the cloth and place it under the sun. Before it dries, pour or splash water several times. Although the whole process may take about four hours, the water vapor and sunlight will produce enzyme that removes stain and brings the cloth back to its original color. In this way, no toxic or chemical pollutants are produced.

A little bit old school but isn't it a brilliant idea? ;)