Laundry helps


Laundry helps

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homemade laundry detergent--Okay, this recipe breaks it down to a smaller batch (2 gallons) of liquid detergent for your HE washer...

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frugally green: How to Make your own Laundry Soap

frugally green: How to Make your own Laundry Soap

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frugally green: How to Make your own Laundry Soap

frugally green: How to Make your own Laundry Soap

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Arm pit stains...I have actually tried this and it works great! I use about 2T of baking soda, 1t of Dawn, and about 2t hydrogen peroxide (for those who need exact measurements!). Make a paste then rub onto the stain. I let it dry overnight the first time, the second time just threw it in the washer, both came out clean. Used on shirts other than white to

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how to make a white undershirt or white cami tank top look like new again (in case I haven't pinned yet)

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THE best stain remover ever. Even for old stains. Every mom needs this recipe - 2 parts hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 part baking soda and 1 part dish detergent(:

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Fill a spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide and 1/2 handful of baking soda. Shake it up and spray on carpet stains, upholstery stains, and clothing stains. pinner said, "I've used it for years and it works better than anything else."

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How to get your dirty whites clean again... HOT HOT HOT water, 1 cap of laundry detergent, 1 cup powdered dish washer detergent, 1 cup bleach, 1/2 cup borax. you have to rewash it once to put softener in but it's the whitest you'll ever see your whites. If you omit the bleach it works great to get stains out of colors too (baby spit up is no longer a stain on OLD clothes)

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DIY stain remover miracle

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