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Cleaning Chef Coats

My son's chef coats say "no bleach". I have used Tide in cold water and hot water. When I use bleach they turn gray. They are cotton. How do I get them clean?

Jennifer from MS

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Cleaning Chef Coats

Try adding borax or vinegar to your regular detergent. (07/29/2005)

By Rebekah

Cleaning Chef Coats

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I wash all my whites in Whisk laundry detergent. People always ask me how I keep them so white. I wear white uniforms.

(07/29/2005)

By Joyce from KY

Cleaning Chef Coats

Soak your coats in Oxyclean for a few hours or overnight. Comes in a bucket with instructions on the label. I use it regularly now instead of bleach which is hard on clothes. (07/30/2005)

By Edie

Cleaning Chef Coats

I soak mine in a clean pail filled with scalding water (overnight) and one scoop of powdered dish washer detergent. Then use hot water to wash. Mine stay nice and white that way. (07/30/2005)

By Annie

Cleaning Chef Coats

Boil a half of lemon in a couple of cups of water then pour the lemon and boiled water into a basin that has your chef coat and water. The lemon will make your whites as bright as new. (08/01/2005)

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