How to Remove Laundry Stains

Laundry stains can be a real pain. There are so many products in stores that claim to be the best laundry stain remover, but you really only need two household ingredients to remove laundry stains with ease. This laundry stain removal method doesn't only work on clothes and linens, it also makes an amazing carpet stain remover!

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Things You'll Need

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Step 1

Start by making the stain remover spray. Add 1 cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide and 1/2 cup of dish liquid to a clean spray bottle.

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Step 2

Be sure to shake well before each use.

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Warning

Test a small spot before treating stain. This stain removal spray works great on whites and colors, but should be tested first on a small area.

Step 3

Spray the stain liberally with the stain removal spray.

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Step 4

Use your fingers or a soft cloth to gently work the solution into the stain and allow to sit for 3 to 5 minutes.

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Step 5

Wash your item as usual and voila... stain gone!

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Buy materials for this tutorial:

Dish liquid

Spray bottle

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