Microfiber sheets are a synthetic alternative to Egyptian cotton as well as other high-thread-count fabrics. Several microfiber sheets are made from polyester just, while some are combined with nylon fibers like polyamide. Even though the tight weave of microfiber helps it resist staining, you might want to brighten white microfiber sheets from time to time. Microfiber manufacturers don’t suggest using chlorine bleach as it breaks down polyester and polyamide. Instead, use gentler, greener options to whiten microfiber.
Pour undiluted white vinegar into a spray bottle and spray stained regions before laundering.
Fill out a top-loading washing machine with enough warm water for the microfiber sheets to move freely. If you’ve got a front-loading machine, place the sheets at the machine by themselves and place the water temperature to warm.
Insert mild liquid laundry detergent into the water since the machine fills if you are using a top-loading machine. If you’re utilizing a front-loading machine, fill the soap dispenser with liquid laundry detergent.
Add 1 scoop of powdered oxygen bleach into the water since the machine fills if you are using a top-loading machine. If you’re utilizing a front-loading machine, add the powder into the bleach dispenser.
Place the sheets at the machine once it fills for a top-loading machine. Close the lid and allow the wash cycle to run.
Pour 1/2 cup white vinegar in the last rinse cycle.
Hang the sheets to dry in a sunny place if at all possible. If not, check for staying stains before placing the sheets in the dryer on low heat. If stains remain, repeat the Measures. If no stains remain, check the sheets following 15 minutes of drying time and remove them as soon as they are dry.