I’m a cleaning expert – brighten your laundry with my easy 3-step method

DON'T put up with dull laundry any longer.

Cleaning expert Carolina Mccauley posted a video revealing the three-step method that will help easily brighten your laundry.

"This miracle block will replace your detergent and stain remover," she said.

Mccauley's hack requires the use of just three household products.

In a bowl, the expert combined one cup of baking soda, one cup of Borax, and 1/2 a cup of Oxy bleach.

All of these products can be purchased on Amazon for under $10 each.

According to The Spruce, Borax is great to use in moist environments like the washing machine, and "helps to get rid of ammonia odor in baby clothes, diapers, bed pads, and incontinence pads."

They also said that it's great to use on foul-smelling workout clothes.

"Slowly add water until you get a wet sand consistency," she said.

Using a silicone mold, she packed the wet sand mixture to form cube shapes.

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A similar silicone mold can also be purchased on Amazon for about $10.

The expert then said to give the cubes time to dry before storing them in a dry place.

Mccauley keeps her cleaning cubes in a covered glass jar to ensure they stay fresh.

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When ready to use the cleaning block, simply just throw it in with your load of laundry.

Many viewers loved her trick, saying: "I want to try this," and "Thank you!"

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