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Prolonged exposure to bright sunlight can lead to yellowing of whites.
Manufactured white fabrics tend to have an extra coating of fluorescent whitening agents to give fabric a much truer white look. As sun hits this layer of treatment, the materials of the whitening agent can begin to break down. This exposes the true color of the fabric beneath, which looks yellow in comparison to the white coating