If you want to have clean white socks, soak them in this solution to remove stains.


Half a cup of baking soda

1 cup of clear vinegar

1/4 of a cup of hydrogen peroxide

1 gallon of lukewarm water

Prepare the mixture:

Mix warm water, baking soda, and hydrogen peroxide in a big container or bucket. Mix until the baking soda is completely dissolved.

Add the white vinegar little by little. The combination will bubble, but this is completely normal. Mix carefully.

Wetting Your Socks

To remove tough stains from your socks, you can put some baking soda on the wet stains and softly rub it in before soaking them.

Soak your white socks in the liquid. Ensure they are completely submerged in the liquid. Leave them in water for 4-6 hours, or overnight for better outcomes.

Rinse and clean: After soaking, wash your socks well with fresh water. Next, launder them in your washing machine like you normally do with your usual detergent.

Dry: To get the best outcome, dry your socks in the sun. The sun works like bleach and can help keep your socks looking bright.

Advice for Keeping White Socks Clean

Soak your socks in this solution regularly to keep them in good condition.

Don't use bleach often because it can make clothes weaker. Choose this milder, more organic remedy.

Wash your white socks on their own to avoid colors from bleeding onto them.

If you soak your white socks in this easy mixture, you can keep them looking fresh, clean, and very white. It is a simple and efficient method to remove stains and keep your white clothes bright, so you can feel confident wearing your clean socks. Try it out and have fun with the outcomes!