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  • Lorelai ❦

    Cleaning tip: Laundry - Grease spots: Rub baking soda into it with a tooth brush, wait for it to ball up then brush it off and do it again and again until the baking soda doesn't ball up anymore while absorbing the grease. Use regular spot remover and wash. Viola!

  • Julie Rockhold

    cleaning stuff

  • Nora Carney Maeser

    How to get out grease stains that have already been through the dryer ✯ Sprinkle baking soda on spot. Brush with a dry toothbrush or cleaning brush. The oil will form little balls. Brush baking soda off of clothing. Repeat until stain is gone.

  • Kelsey Baker

    Get out grease-stains that have already been through the dryer... rub baking soda into the grease stain until it balls up and then dust off. Repeat until no longer balling up. Apply normal stain remover and let soak for 18 minutes then wash! Perfect!

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