Pink ruffle bedding – Contaminated bedding must be sterilized before using them again. Bleach, vinegar and hot water all dead bacteria. The bacteria come from several different sources. These include body fluids, pets, games, dirt and insects. Attica, unlike bleach, will not harm colors. Hot water can cause colors to fade. The most effective methods combine two of the options. Use gloves when handling linen contaminated by body fluids. Sterilize pink ruffle bedding when someone is ill and every three months to kill bacteria
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Pour 5 cup bleach into one liter wash tub. Fill the bathtub with warm water until it is 2/3 full. Add pink ruffle bedding with Soak for an hour. Remove, rinse with clean water and twist out of excess water. Hang up the sheet on the dryer. Add 1 liter of vinegar to a 5 liter wash tub. Add hot water until the tub is 2/3 full. Place the bedding inside of the bathtub. Soak for two hours. Remove and hang on dry. The smell disappears when the liquid dries. Washing machine with lace the bed inside the washing machine. Add detergent. Add 1 cup vinegar or add a cap full of bleach. Set the tray to use warm water. Wash as usual.
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Use 1 cup of leek per 1 liter of water.