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Stain removers

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Removing stains from clothes can be difficult. These methods can help, prevent, treat, and remove clothing stains.

Rated 0 points - posted 10 years ago by kris in category Other.
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Use a small amount of dish detergent Report Abuse
this can be scrubbed over stain to remove it
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OxiClean Report Abuse
this will get just about any stain out, from blood to grass
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Shout Report Abuse
spray detergent that gets the tough grass stains out
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Pre-spot with detergent Report Abuse
remove it before it gets washed
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Spray lipstick stains with hairspray before washing Report Abuse
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Immediately after a stain develops, start soaking the fabric in water Report Abuse
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Sprinkle a little borax in each load of whites Report Abuse
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Apply cream of tartar and lemon juice, made into a paste, to ink stains on white clothes Report Abuse
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Pour cream of tartar onto wet, stained fabric and let sit Report Abuse
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Never put stained items in the dryer Report Abuse
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Use detergent with bleach or add bleach to the laundry load (for whites) Report Abuse
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Try mixing white vinegar with water and blotting the stain Report Abuse
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Always blot stains, do not rub Report Abuse
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Never let a stain dry Report Abuse
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Sprinkle a stain with salt, soak garment in milk, then launder Report Abuse
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Use club soda to keep a stain from setting Report Abuse
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Soak up recent spills with baking soda Report Abuse
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Wash newly stained clothes in cold water Report Abuse
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Cover a fresh grease stain in salt Report Abuse
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For coffee stains, mix 2 parts water with one part vinegar, soak the item, and hang it to dry in the sun Report Abuse
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