DIY Stain Remover
DIY Stain Remover
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Tough-to-remove stains can make laundry difficult, but they don't have to be. This DIY Stain Remover is tougher than most store-bought products, so you can get that ketchup stain out of your white shirt in no time. Wear white without fear with this homemade stain remover on hand. Simply scrub it into the stain and your clothes will be fresh and sparkling once more. Making this stain remover is as easy as mixing ingredients into a bottle, which makes it a quick alternative to the cleaning products at your local store. With this tutorial for heavy duty stain remover, you'll never want to go back to store-bought again.

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft


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Can this remove stubborn stains? Any kind of stains?

I've always made all my cleaning products with natural ingredients, at home, and I actually prefer the baking soda, lemon juice, lavendar essential oil, and oxyclean combination for homemade stain remover sprays, without adding in the glycerin or having to use washing soda. Works alot better, in my opinion. I have tried this recipe, though, and I still end up cleaning with lemon instead of washing soda.

Really I love your idea. I forgot about good old fashion lemon juice to whiten. I am trying to use essential oils in my homemade things and I like the idea of the baking soda instead of borax. Do you need to add water and how much or just the ingredients listeg? Thank you for your idea.

well this is exciting! this craft is a homemade stain remover that doesn't bleach. i bet you dont get this in your local store. i really like the fact that it works well even on colors and i dont know much about how it works on different fabrics but its worth a try.

I am always looking for natural cleaning solutions that work. In addition, I like to save money and avoid the chemicals. I am definitely going to try this stain remover. I use a stain remover that works great on any stain. It is only 99 cents a bar. My mother and grandmother used Fels Napha soap for their floors and laundry. When you have a stain on your clothing, you just wet the area and use Fels on it. You need a little brush to scrub the stain. Let it sit and then either throw in washer or rinse. You can get it at Walmart and most supermarkets.

I should probably keep a bottle of this with me at all times because I'm always spilling things!

Wow, can't wait to try this out!


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