Wendyl’s Taniwha Blue Recipe

This is a recipe Wendyl tried a few years back. The original idea came from an old magazine from the 50s that had an advertisement for Taniwha Blue laundry soap – a product which whitens clothes without the need for bluing powder in the final rinse to whiten whites. You’ll need to buy some Prussian Blue – which is what we use …

 

 

How Wendyl’s Bluing Powder Works

Tired of yellow/grey tinted white sheets?  Return those expensive Egyptian cotton sheets to their former glory along with your shirts and undies by adding our concentrated Bluing Powder to your final rinse. Made out of Premium Baking Soda and Prussian Blue pigment you’ll have whiter than white sheets in no time! The way that the bluing process works is to swap yellow pigments for …