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How to Remove Stains from Laundry Download and print this handy chart showing how to remove common varieties of stains. Post a copy in your laundry room for quick reference. (From Better Homes and Gardens)

How to remove sweat stains. // GREAT TO KNOW considering I go to private school and where these types of shirts every stinkin day

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How to Remove Nicotine From Walls and Windows Combine 3/4 gallon of water 1/2 cup ammonia and 2 cups rubbing alcohol. Soak a clean cloth in the window cleaning solution, then wipe the solution over your window. Use a squeegee to wipe down the window, drying the squeegee with a clean cloth after each swipe. Repeat this step as needed until your windows are free of discoloration and greasy film from nicotine.

Peroxide, Dawn and Baking Soda stain remover. (Similar to the one I use + baking soda.)

Dark stains: To remove dark stains like rust, scrub your sink with a paste made of Borax and lemon juice. Lighter stains can be removed simply by rubbing with a piece of cut lemon.

Cleaning Nicotine Stains | Stretcher.com - Is cleaning nicotine stains that have built up over years even possible?

This site has a removal for every stain imaginable! (I think I'll be happy I pinned this in the future)

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