"Bleach" whites without chlorine? How do I get "bleach" white without bleach? I have used Ms. Stewart's liquid bluing and oxiclean, but they don't seem to do it on little boy socks. I cannot ABIDE bleach-smell after an unfortunate and misguided overdose of it powerwashing the house, and I am now a little more aware of how dangerous it is. I have a septic system and try not to use hot water for washing clothes all that often. Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks!
asked by C. C. Frye on July 24, 2008
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Hang problem items in the sun--the sun naturally bleaches out stains.

For small stains, try a bleach pen. Yes, it's bleach, but in a very controlled distribution method.

I've had really good luck with Amway's Trizyme--it does a great job getting out all sorts of stains. I've had friends swear by Oxyclean, for the same reasons.
W. Overton answered on September 25, 2008
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Country Save also produces an excellent non-chlorine bleach called Country Save Oxygen Powered Bleach. It safely whitens whites and even brightens colored fabrics without the use of chlorine. Available through Amazon!
Judy Kulk answered on March 29, 2015
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