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Homemade Stain Remover

by Gretchen Kingsley, contributing writer

Laundry has become a more frequent “to do” at my house since little Miss Isa was born. Chris and I used to be” those people” who did it every 3 weeks or so…I know, gross, right? It was hardly ever on my mind. Now though, I always seem to have laundry and most of it stained. Naturally, I was on the search for a really great stain treatment and found store-bought products that worked well…but the price was way more than I wanted to spend! I was fortunate to come across a REALLY amazing (and inexpensive) stain treatment, though I can’t remember from where or whom. So, if you are that special person, I apologize but would like to THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart. This really is an AMAZING concoction!

Homemade Stain Remover:

¼ cup Glycerin (you can find glycerin in most pharmacy departments, but if not, Amazon has it priced very reasonably.)

¼ cup Liquid Dish Soap (I’ve tried several kinds and natural brands work just as well.)

½ cup Water

Shake and spray on stains. Let sit for 5 minutes, launder as usual and wait to be amazed!

(FYI: This stain remover worked on removing 2 year-old spit up stains from hand me down clothes. Now that’s what I call amazing!)


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