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Everyday Cheapskate: Absolutely the Best Homemade Laundry Stain Remover

Mary Hunt on

I'm excited to tell you how to make a fabulous, if not magical, do-it-yourself homemade stain remover. This stain remover recipe is so easy and cheap to make. And wow, does it perform!

Just let me be clear at the get-go: While this stain remover works super well on fabric, upholstery and carpet in the house and car, it must be rinsed well or laundered once that stain disappears. Got it? OK, let's get right to it.

You will need:

-- Fresh hydrogen peroxide

-- Blue Dawn dishwashing liquid

-- Spray bottle, any size


-- Funnel (optional)

Into a small bottle, using a funnel if desired, pour 1 part Blue Dawn and 2 parts fresh hydrogen peroxide, i.e., 1 cup Blue Dawn and 2 cups hydrogen peroxide or 1/4 cup Blue Dawn and 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide. You can use any size bottle to make up any amount of laundry stain remover you need or want!

To use: Shake bottle to mix. Apply to stain.

Wait a few minutes. Don't be surprised when that stain disappears all by itself! If it doesn't, rub the stain with a brush or clean white cloth (you don't want to transfer color from a cleaning cloth to the stained item).


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