While net curtains can be found in a range of colors and in various materials, such as metallic, the very classic shade for internet curtains is white. Dust, cooking oils and other pollutants in the air can turn your crisp, white drapes gray and dull. Luckily, it is not tough to get them gleaming again.
Fill a large sink or basin with warm water, or run several inches of warm water to the bottom of your bathtub. Room temperature or a little warmer is best; the very small piece of heat helps cut oil and grease without damaging the drapes.
Stir in 2 to 4 tablespoons of light laundry detergent. Swish the soap around in the water with your hand till it’s completely dissolved and the water is sudsy.
Add 1 tablespoon of bluing and stir it in with a wooden spoon.
Allow the drapes soak between 2 hours and immediately, depending on how depressed they are.
Drain the water and thoroughly rinse the drapes.
Roll the drapes up with absorbent towels to remove the extra water. Hang the curtains to dry, or place them inside the dryer on the lowest setting.