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what do you use to get out tough set in stains in clothes?

Re: what do you use to get out tough set in stains in clothes?

  • I love Tide's new spray.
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  • Pre-treat with Wisk and let it sit for at least 30 minutes before washing. 
  • fels naptha.  it's SUPER old fashioned (and therefore, super cheap!).  it comes in a bar, like soap, and you just wet the bar and rub it on the stain to pre-treat. 

    adding some oxy-clean or borax to the wash cycle might help too.

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  • I use Tide stain remover on the spot itself and Borax in every load. I have found that the borax helps with keeping my clothes fresher longer and no more "moldy" wet towel smell on clean towels!

  • soak in a bucket of water and a scoop of oxi clean. it has worked well for us on various baby stains (poop and spit up) as well as tomato sauce, chocolate, etc.
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