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Best Laundry Stain Removal Tips

Updated on April 16, 2010

We have all had to deal with tough stains in our laundry. It seems that no matter how hard we all try to keep our clothes clean, the unexpected always happens. If you have children you know just how remarkably easy it is to stain your clothes. I am still amazed at how I can spend just a few simple minutes outside with the kids and suddenly I have grass stains on my pants. Luckily, I have found some great laundry stain removal tips.

How to remove grass stains from your clothing.

The best way to get rid of grass stains is to pre-treat them as soon as possible. Using a stain stick like the Spray and Wash Stick on the grass stain while it is still fresh is absolutely key. Once you have pre-treated the stain, wash as usual. The stain will be gone!

How to remove blood stains.

The best way to remove blood stains from clothing is remarkably simple. Mix a little meat tenderizer with water until it forms a paste. Work the paste into the stain and let it sit for a little while. Lauder as usual and if the stain persists, repeat the process. Of course, we all hope that you do not need this tip often!

How to remove deodorant stains.

Every woman knows the issue of deodorant stains. You get ready for the party, put on the black dress and look in the mirror. Your deodorant has ruined your dress. It happens, but there is a simple trick to removing the stains. The best way to remove deodorant stains from your clothing is to pre-treat the stain with white vinegar. The vinegar will break down the stain allowing it to disappear once you wash the garment.

No matter what you do, you will always have to deal with laundry stains. They are just a part of an active life. Luckily, with a little knowledge you don’t have to throw those clothes away!


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