We all have them. Those stains that have set in and won’t come out. They appear on our favorite shirts and every outfit of the adorably messy infant. What do we do then? Throw them away? Use those beautiful things as rags? Maybe not. There might be a few tricks up each of our sleeves to beat back the advance of the set in stain. read more
There is use of cloth bleach is best option for every type of stains .
There is a product called Soil love. I used to buy it when I lived in Arizona, now that I live in Wisconsin, I can't find it, but it got every stain out of my clothes no matter what the stain was or how old it was. Great product, if you have it in your area, you can't go wrong. Leave it on your clothes for at least 8 hours before washing.
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