White clothes may turn yellow due to factors like sweat, body oils, and detergent residue.
Over time, these substances can build up, leading to discoloration.
To remedy this, try soaking the clothes in a mixture of equal parts water and distilled white vinegar.
Alternatively, add baking soda to your laundry detergent.
Avoid overusing bleach, as it can weaken fabrics. Wash white items separately and in cold water.
Dry them in the sun, as sunlight can help bleach and disinfect.
Consider using a laundry booster designed for whites.
Regularly clean your washing machine to prevent residue buildup.