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      How To Make Laundry Stain Stick This homemade laundry stain stick from Andrea at is, according to her, “crazy amazing at cleaning all sorts of stains”. The recipe calls for eucalyptus and lemon essential oil which gives the soap its ability to cut through grease and stains. To use, simply rub the stain removing stick onto wet stained clothing and wash as usual. Hopefully when you remove your laundry it will look as good as new!

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