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  • Melisse Hancock

    New Puppy! I need this Remove stains (from potty training or pets) from a mattress, upholstered furniture, carpet, etc. Pour 8 oz. hydrogen peroxide into a measuring cup, add 3T baking soda and stir till dissolved. Pour into a spray bottle, add a drop or two of dishwashing soap (Dawn, Palmolive, etc). Shake it up then spray it on the stained area. When it dries, the stain should be gone. (Test in an inconspicuous place first to be sure the solution doesnt remove the color from the fabric.)

  • Christy S

    Remove urine stains (from potty training or pets) from a mattress, upholstered furniture, carpet, etc. Pour 8 oz. hydrogen peroxide into a measuring cup, add 3T baking soda and stir till dissolved. Pour into a spray bottle, add a drop or two of dishwashing soap (Dawn, Palmolive, etc). Shake it up then spray it on the stained area. When it dries, the stain should be gone. (Test in an inconspicuous place first to be sure the solution doesnt remove the color from the fabric.) (D) good to know

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Remove urine stains (from potty training or pets) from a mattress, upholstered furniture, carpet, etc. Pour 8 oz. hydrogen peroxide into a measuring cup, add 3T baking soda and stir till dissolved. Pour into a spray bottle, add a drop or two of dishwashing soap (Dawn, Palmolive, etc). Shake it up then spray it on the stained area. When it dries, the stain should be gone. (Test in an inconspicuous place first to be sure the solution doesnt remove the color from the fabric.)

Remove urine stains from a mattress, upholstered furniture, carpet, etc. Pour 8 oz. hydrogen peroxide into a measuring cup, add 3T baking soda and stir till dissolved. Pour into a spray bottle, add a drop or two of dishwashing soap (Dawn, Palmolive, etc). Shake it up then spray it on the stained area. When it dries, the stain should be gone. (Test in an inconspicuous place first to be sure the solution doesn't remove the color from the fabric.)

The only spot remover you will ever need! One part Dawn dishwashing liquid to two parts Hydrogen Peroxide. Check out the article!

DIY Stain Remover: in a spray bottle, add 1 part hydrogen peroxide, 1 part baking soda, and 2 parts water.

in case i haven't pinned before???? Magic Carpet Cleaner ;-) Baking soda, vinegar, dishwashing liquid & warm water!!

Dawn and Hydrogen Peroxide - Miracle Stain Remover for carpet

1. Spray oil stains with wd-40. 2. Pile on baking soda and scrub with tooth brush. 3. Repeat (2.) until baking soda no longer clumps. 4. Apply Dawn and scrub with tooth brush; leave in as a prewash treatment. 5. Launder normally.

Baking soda is a great gentle stain-remover for vintage china or new-to-you thrift store finds.

Homemade Stain Remover 1 part hydrogen peroxide 1 part BAKING soda 2 parts water When you spill on yourself as much as I do, a cheap and effective way to save clothes from ruin is a must!

How to Remove Blood Stains from Pillows.....1 part baking soda, 1 part hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 part water - mix & dispense from spray bottle.

One of my customers had spilled coffee on his white shirt and dried the shirt before realizing the stain hadn't come out. He asked me for advice and the lady in line behind him told him to make a mixture like this. He came back the next day and the stain was gone pecan. Apparently this works on any stain except grease stains! Trying it tonight on Kenneth's work shirts.

How to get pet urine stains out of the carpet with vinegar, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide