Bleaching clothes with washing machine-
Step 1 – Both white garments and linens should be separated
Sort through the laundry and stack all of the white pieces together. Separate only certain items of clothes that are entirely white. If you’re using colour-safe bleach, do use garments with coloured lines or patterns.
Step 2 – Examine the labels of your clothes
Check the tag on each object to make sure it can be washed in a machine on the “hot” water level. Any all-white garments, such as a delicate lace shirt, can need hand washing. To prevent shrinking, certain cotton pieces can need to be hand-washed or spot-treated.
Step 3 – Set the temperature of the wash cycle to hot
Set the other options to “normal” wash. This would mean that the chlorine is activated by the sun and that the clothes are whitened.
Step 4 – Fill the vacuum with detergent
Using the same volume of detergent as you will with a similar-sized load. Some soil or grime on the clothes can be removed with the detergent. Pour the detergent straight into the machine’s middle barrel.
Step 5 – Fill a measuring cup halfway with bleach (180 mL)
To weigh the bleach, pour it directly into the cap of the bleach container. You may also have a measuring cup that is only used for washing. Make sure you don’t spill something by moving slowly.
Step 6 – Fill the washing machine dispenser with bleach
This is typically a thin, enclosed area on the machine’s upper lip. When the water heats up, the pump will release the chlorine into the wash cycle after you’ve applied it.  If the unit does not have a built-in bleach dispenser, apply the bleach to the wash water after the cycle has started before adding the garments.
Step 7 – Activate the laundry machine
To switch the control knob on, either take it out or turn it to the “On” spot. You might be able to initiate the loop by pressing a simple button on certain computers. The unit would immediately begin to fill with water.
If you have a front-load washing machine, wait until you’ve filled the clothes before starting the cycle.
Step 8 – Fill the washing machine with your clothing
As the ammonia, detergent, and hot water agitate, open the door of the washing machine. Put a few pairs of clothes in the washing machine at a time. And sure they aren’t mixed up too far. Cover the machine’s lid when you’re done.
Step 9 – As well, dry your clothes
Hang your clothes to dry if they need to be line dried. Or else, dry them on the right setting in the dryer.
If your clothes aren’t as white as you’d like, bleach them again to achieve your perfect effects.