An extreme bleach but that will make the shirt not as soft with each time it is done.
Yeah it's not noticeable unless your intently staring from a very close distance but, it looks less smooth like the fibers of the shirt break. I think the bleach may cause an accelerated rate of deterioration or it might be due to the wash an dry cycle. Again, that isn't so noticeable. Nothing to fret about though.
Ahahahaha quality shirts last so much longer and feel way nicer on the skin. Some people might not notice this but, I do since my skin is really sensitive. Your boss shouldn't complain since he's supplying you with shirts that aren't great quality.
careful, strong bleach will yellow it
Just buy new white shirts and always bleach them with whites :)
Also wash whites in hot water
bleach and always wash with whites
a cup of bleach diluted in a quart of water
Certain types of fabric absorb the dyes from other colors of clothes when it leaches out during washing, especially denim jeans. If you ever want to buy some of those sheets that are added to the washer that absorb dyes as the clothes wash you can see how much they pick up.
wash them? :x
good shirts? so n so?
that's why. maybe whitening washing powder (sunlight?)