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  • Jennasaisquoi

    Homemade Oxi Clean: add 1/2 cup washing soda (NOT baking soda) and 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide to a hot-wash load––let soak a few hours if possible.

  • Kimberly Watson-Wallencheck

    Home made Oxy-Clean 1/2 cup washing soda (not baking soda) 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide for maximum effectiveness you need to let the clothes SOAK in the solution for awhile, preferably overnight...but at least for a couple of hours.

  • Janeen Hansen

    DIY oxy stain remover 1 cup hot water 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide 1/2 cup washing soda soak for at least a couple hours.

  • Karlene Arnold

    "Homemade OxiClean" 1 cup hot water 1/2 cup Hydrogen Peroxide 1/2 cup All-Purpose Washing Soda (Arm & Hammer) Note: Baking soda will work but it's a lot less effective. Washing soda has a pH of 11 (with 7 being neutral), while Baking soda has a pH of around 8.1. That being said if you are laundering baby diapers or clothing stick with the baking soda but for normal dirty clothes use the washing soda, instead. Once mixed together the hydrogen peroxide and washing soda only remain effective for up to 6 hours. If it sits it will lose efficacy because the oxygen in the hydrogen peroxide will expire. For best results let the clothes SOAK in the solution preferably overnight, but at least for a couple of hours. If you do not want to pre=soak items: In a washer, you may toss in 1/2 cup of Washing Soda and 1/2 cup of Hydrogen Peroxide and let it agitate for a bit, then turn the machine off for a couple of hours before restarting the machine to finish the load.

  • Gwyn Ferguson

    Homemade Oxyclean: Most of the recipes out there call for BAKING Soda...but what the ingredient SHOULD be listed as is WASHING Soda.  Baking soda will work...but it's a lot less effective. Another thing I learned is that once mixed together....the hydrogen peroxide and washing soda only remain effective for up to 6 hours. If it sits around, it will loose it's efficacy because the oxygen boils off. So just make a small batch

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To make your own, you just need water, washing soda (note that you can also use baking soda) and hydrogen peroxide. Just mix equal parts of peroxide and washing soda with a double part of water. For instance, mix 1 cup of water with ½ cups each of washing soda and peroxide.

1/2 cup of Washing Soda + 1/2 cup of Hydrogen Peroxide to a sturdy load of whites. Allow to soak (Don't make up a big batch to store. The hydrogen peroxide loses fizz in 6 hours).Babies diapers can be soaked w/baking soda in mixture, instead of washing powder to make it "gentler"

Homemade OxyClean- so much cheaper and works great!

For spot cleaning, mix hydrogen peroxide and baking soda together until they have a paste-like consistency and then apply it to the area you want cleaned/whitened. Scrub it into the fabric with a sponge or cloth, then rinse with water once it's cleaned. For INTENSIVE cleaning action, mix 1 baking soda with 3 parts hydrogen peroxide (enough to cover the article

Laundry Stains: Eco-Friendly Remedies like All-purpose, Homemade Oxiclean and Laundry Brightener

Homemade stain remover? This is going right next to my homemade laundry detergent in the cleaning closet. Baking soda fixes all the world's problems.

homemade oxyclean 1 cup water 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide 1/2 cup baking soda

Homemade stain remover recipe: 2/3 c. Dawn dishsoap 2/3 c. ammonia 6 tblsp baking soda 2 c. warm water empty spray bottle Mix and fill bottle. if its been sitting, shake before use. Spray on stain. Launder as usual.

DIY: make your own oxyclean ....mix 1 cup of water with ½ cups each of washing soda (or you can use baking soda), and hydrogen peroxide. This is a liquid recipe so you can mix it in a spray bottle and then use it to pretreat stains or just anywhere that you would normally use OxyClean.