Does liquid bluing expire?

Does liquid bluing expire?

Bluing has an indefinite shelf life, so if your bottle still has bluing in it, it will likely work just as it does today. MSB is water-based so be aware that it may have, by evaporation, concentrated over the years just a bit.

What is Mrs Stewarts bluing used for?

Mrs. Stewart’s Bluing is often used in fountains, bird baths and fish ponds to make the water more beautiful in appearance. This brings up many questions regarding the effect of MSB on fish, birds and plants.

Is Mrs Stewart’s bluing toxic?

Stewart’s Concentrated Liquid Bluing, Non Toxic Laundry Whitener, 8-ounce Bottle (Pack of 2)

How do you remove Mrs Stewart’s bluing?

Mix a solution of 1/2 cup household ammonia to one-quart cold water. Make enough solution to completely submerge the stained clothing. Make the container as airtight as possible to keep the fumes in. Ammonia evaporates very quickly and ammonia is the only substance that will remove the excess bluing.

Can Mrs Stewart’s bluing be used on colors?

YES! — MSB is very safe for colors. Many of our customers use MSB in every load claiming that it brightens their colors as well as whitens their whites.

Can I soak clothes in Mrs Stewarts bluing?

Bluing is very gentle on fabric and will not harm the fibers. We do not recommend dispensing bluing from your automatic fabric softener dispenser as most dispensers are not large enough to allow for enough dilution and spotting can occur. We also do not recommend soaking clothing in bluing water.

How do you use Mrs Stewart’s bluing in a front loader?

Dilute the bluing liquid in water according to the instructions: 1/4 teaspoon in 1 quart of water (4 cups) for a large load. Add diluted solution to the final rinse cycle of the wash. For a top loader, pour directly into the drum. For a front loader, add to the dispenser.

How do you get Mrs Stewart’s bluing out of white clothes?

Can you use Mrs Stewart’s bluing on colored clothes?

Can you use bleach with Mrs Stewarts liquid bluing?

We do not recommend that bluing be used in conjunction with bleach and/or fabric softener.