"2 part hydrogen peroxide to 1 part Dawn (original blue) will take the stains out of almost ANYTHING...even if they're old stains! // Mix in a spray bottle and use as a stain remover spray." - will have to try. Miracle Cleaners, Stained Removal, Dawn Originals, Carpets Cleaners, Originals Blue, Hydrogen Peroxide, Talent O'Port, Removal Goma-Laca, Dawn Dishes Soaps
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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)
laundry stain cheat sheet---These are all wonderful tips, and I'd add this: while working many years as a registered nurse in surgery & critical care, I kept a bottle of peroxide handy at the desk or in my locker.....apply a little to blood stains & they lift right out. I always had the whitest lab coat & cleanest shoes! Peroxide works well for stains that are organic in nature....
Pinner says: First thing, I'm curious if the wrinkle release spray will smell like the vinegar at all or if the fabric softener in it will mask it...?? Secondly, I'm cleaning my oven racks tomorrow based on this & I'm excited to see how well it works. And finally, I'm pretty psyched (the little things) to try the armpit stain remover. Seriously ppl, everyone gets those, even a little bit.
1. Sprinkle cornstarch or baking soda on the stain and let sit for 10 minutes, then vacuum 2. Mix one tablespoon clear dish washing liquid and one tablespoon of white vinegar with two cups of warm water 3. Sponge the stain with the solution with a white cloth 4. Sponge off with cold water and blot dry