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How to keep your undies clean and fresh

Updated on August 19, 2009
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How to keep your panties clean

I know right, who would actually write an article about keeping panties clean, well me of course.

My grandmother always taught me to wear clean underwear everyday, but what she didn't tell me is that as I became a woman keeping clean panties wasn't so easy. It wasn't until after my grandmother passed my mom and I discovered grandma's secret for keeping the whitest and freshest underwear from here to Timbuktu.

Some of you already know the secret but for those rednecks( like me) here's my grandma's secret, panty liners...I know, so simple right? When my grandfather asked my mom and I to pack up grandma's things, we found a hidden stash of panty liners in her undies drawer, next to her perfectly white panties....it was almost a shame to throw them away....lol.

Anyway beside using liners she was a wiz at cleaning and luckily she did teach me some of her stain removing expertise. If you have one of those nasty stain you just can't get out....you know the one...try dampening the spot with some laundry detergent and sprinkle on some baking soda, rub together for several minutes. Leave overnight, rinse with warm/hot water and repeat process before washing in the washing machine.

Oxy also works very well( found at most grocery stores), measure proper amounts and let soak over night, then wash. If these methods still don't get the stains out, it's time for some new panties, and a box of panty liners, of course. For only about 5 bucks or less a month you can have clean fresh panties all day. Remember to change when needed....

For extra freshness keep an opened box of baking soda in your underwear drawer. Fell clean and fresh all day long....

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      Randy 3 years ago

      Rose...I also do appreciate that you are taking my comments maturely and seriously...I am 53 years old and don't like flippant, nasty replies...you are being as factual with me...and I like it...Thanks again...

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      Randy 3 years ago

      Rose...I do wish I knew (I no longer have her as a girlfriend...but I still get turned on by women who wear spotlessly clean white panties...especially if they've been worn (it shows me they can keep them clean...and, Rose, as you suggest...I do believe they soil them (from discharge, if for no other reason)...but there are women who can keep their pairs clean...and either they have secret ways of keeping them from being soiled...or know how to get stains out (which is, for the most part, how most women would do it...I know at least that when she'd do the wash, she at least used some baking soda...but that's all I knew...didn't know if she used anything else...bleach...bar soap...special stain-lifters, etc...this is information that I would pass on if I knew...because I believe there are many other women who would love to wear clean white panties without fear of staining)...

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      rose 3 years ago

      Randy trust me she makes stains. That is our bodies natural function to clean ourselves. If she didn't she'd be getting infections... Which cause other discharges that will stain... It's heavier some times in our cycle, white sometimes, and clear others. But we have it. Many women evidently wear pantyliners, otherwise I'm assuming she's good at spraying/rinsing them as soon as she takes them off, since that seems to be the main answer I'm seeing everywhere.

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      SarahBodo 4 years ago

      Haha, Let her read this article or give her the tips. I find soaking my panties in cold salty water, with a little sodium hypochlorite really helpful. All the best, and thanks for commenting.

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      Randy 4 years ago

      I'm a guy, and I should ask my girlfriend how she does it...I have bought her clean, white panties, and later found out that she only throws away about 15-20 pairs of panties away a year due to stains (she's anal about wearing spotlessly clean, white panties (and, for that matter, that makes me quite happy, since I enjoy that fact about her)). I ought to ask her...especially should I need to someday have to wash a potential stain out (or maybe she just doesn't make many stains).

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      Charley 6 years ago

      Thank you so much this was helping .

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      kelly 9 years ago

      How clean is you're under wear, This is such a funny topic, but so true! I once asked my Mother how she get's her panties so clean, and of course you learned a few things, when my mother was in the Hospital, my father came home with her old undies for me to wash, as i was taught by my mother, first you soak them in cold water with a little amaze or laundry soap, and wash those spots away...

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