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Tips : Home : Bedroom Last Updated: Mar 19th, 2010 - 11:39:35

Clothing Tip : Stains
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Apr 22, 2007, 20:37



If you soak food stained clothing in a mixture of water and automatic dishwashing detergent for about 36 hours, it will remove 99% of the stains... it also works on baby clothes that have had a blow out in them! (1bzldy)

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As old as my sons are, they still seem to get grass stains on their jeans. A simple solution to this is... take plain old rubbing alcohol one part (about a 1/4 cup) to two parts water (about a 1/2 cup) and put into a little hand spray bottle. Keep spraying it. You can use an old tooth brush to rub some of it out. Every time the grass stains appear I reach for my old reliable spray bottle to remove the stains. It really works!!! Good Luck. (Carol)

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If you want to remove a red wine stain, saturate the stain with white wine. The stain will disappear. Even old stains! (Grenelda)

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Try removing blood stains, that have not dried, on clothes or carpet with hydrogen peroxide and a damp cloth. For dried stains, try a mixture of borax and water and let dry then brush off.



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