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  • Linda Clark

    Homemade stain remover 1 cup water 1/2 cup peroxide 1/2 cup washing soda

  • Erin Cebula

    Peroxide and Washing Soda | Homemade Oxy Clean: 1 cup water, 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide,1/2 cup washing soda (~I should test this next to the Oxy-Boost that I buy in bulk.)

  • PJ Nicholas

    diy cleaner info

  • Ann Marie McWilliam Yoder

    Good Idea Friday - Peroxide and Washing Soda | Don't Pin That

  • Helen Winslow

    Homemade Oxiclean Recipe - 1 cup water, 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 cup washing soda (not baking soda)

  • Jen L

    Homemade Oxyclean Homemade Oxiclean Recipe 1 cup water 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide 1/2 cup washing soda* Mix all ingredients together and store in a dark spray bottle. (Hydrogen peroxide loses its effectiveness if stored in a light container. To use: Spray on soiled laundry and let it sit overnight. Or, if you have a number of clothes that are soiled, you make up a batch of this and soak them in it overnight. Then, launder as usual.

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Homemade OxyClean- so much cheaper and works great!

Fill a spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide and 1/2 handful of baking soda. Shake it up and spray on carpet stains, upholstery stains, and clothing stains. pinner said, "I've used it for years and it works better than anything else."

thriftyandfab.blo... - According to her blog, this does not bleach out so it is color safe.

Homemade Stain Remover: •one part Dawn dishwashing liquid soap, •two parts hydrogen peroxide, •add some baking soda for extra scrubbing power (1-2 Tbsp). Mix the ingredients together in a small bowl. Use a small brush to scrub. Rinse. For tough stains, you can let the mixture sit on the garment for an hour or so, then launder as usual.

Homemade OxiClean: 1-Cup Hot Water, 1/2-Cup Hydrogen Peroxide & 1/2-Cup Washing Soda or 1/2-Cup Baking Soda (Depending on your specific needs). DIY. Cheap.

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"

Well, I wonder!?! ~ Mix one part Dawn dishwashing liquid with two parts hydrogen peroxide; pour or spray it directly on the stain, and watch it disappear like MAGIC.... hmmm , worth a try!

Homemade Oxyclean anyone? 1 cup water 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide 1/2 cup baking soda

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.

This can be used to remove laundry stains, urine in carpets, and even de-skunk your dog! The catch is to only make what you will use at one time. And only use on light colored carpet or colorfast materials....I use baby shampoo instead of Dawn when de-skunking, because its mild and smells good...plus it doesnt irritate the eyes if you need to get close." data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

Homemade Bleach.. Ingredients: 1 cup hydrogen perioxide 2 Tablespoons lemon juice 15 cups of water Mix together and store in a large jug. I pour mine into a smaller bottles for convenience. Since the peroxide will oxidize and eventually loose strength it's best to use the homemade bleach within a month.

DIY "Bleach" is non-chlorine, and uses hydrogen peroxide, citric acid or lemon juice, water, and essential oils (Lasts longer when stored in dark or covered bottle)