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How to Get Grease Stains (Even Set-In Ones) Out of Clothing
Life in Lape Haven - Tried It Tuesday: How to Get Grease Stains (Even Set-In Ones) Out of Clothing. After finding grease and oil spots on my son's shirts, ones that had already been washed and dried, I decided to find a simple way to get the grease and oil stains out of his clothing. #laundrytips #stainremoval #greasestains #householdchores #laundry
And use corn starch or baking soda to get grease stains off your clothes. (Also, this chart is super nifty for all stains!)
And use corn starch or baking soda to get grease stains off your clothes. (Also, this chart is super nifty for all stains!) | 23 Impossibly Brilliant Clothing Hacks And Tips You Must Try
20 Miraculous Ways to Use Vinegar Around Your Home
PLEASE do NOT consume synthesized vinegar. Use only organic Apple Cider Vinegar in food. Use the cheap synthetic vinegar for all of the household uses listed. Also: you can get a good deal of the pesticides off non-organic produce by soaking them in a sinkful of water into which you add: 1/2 cup Vinegar (synthetic is fine for this use as you'll rinse it off), 1 Tbs. white Salt (ditto. White salt isn't for eating, but you'll wash it off), 2 Tbs. Baking Soda.
10 Cleaning Tricks and Hacks with Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda
Ready for a natural cleaning tip that works like magic? Take a peek at these 10 different ways to use ARM & HAMMER™ Super Washing Soda to discover your new favorite household hack. From kitchens and bathrooms to laundry rooms and outdoor spaces, keeping your home clean and fresh is so much easier when you don’t have to lug around a bunch of different products! This is truly a must-have that gets the job done!