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Have I mentioned that I hate doing laundry? I HATE doing laundry! Even my pretty laundry closet can't make me like it. I tried, I really did! And my absolutely least favorite part of doing
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This homemade DIY stain remover works better than any of the store-bought sprays I’ve ever tried! Believe it or not you only need 2 ingredients to make it: vinegar and dish soap!
Oils & Vinegars
- • 20 drops Essential oils
- • 1 1/3 cup White vinegar
- • 1/3 cup Blue dawn ultra dish soap
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Looking for a homemade eco-friendly stain remover for clothes that actually works? You'll be amazed at the results you get from this DIY stain remover!
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Don't throw out those stained clothes! Check out these AWESOME tips on how to get almost any stain out of clothes. It's a life saver!
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Dealing with yellow armpit stains? Check out this easy way to remove armpit stains. Never deal with yellow armpit stains again with this simple tip!
Stains happen but they don't have to be permanent. Here are expert tips for removing the most common stains from clothes, carpets, and countertops.
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Laundry, ugh. Dirty clothes, more ugh. LAUNDRY HACKS & TIPS to make this chore & still get clean clothes. way less ugh. Top shortcuts to make this a breeze.
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If you're trying to green your laundry room, choose non-toxic and chemical-free laundry products, these stain removers are must-haves! These 9 powerful and effective natural products will help you remove all kinds of stains from your clothes, including set-in stains.
Using vinegar in the laundry in replacement of traditional harsh chemical softeners will naturally whiten, soften, brighten, and reduce odor.
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Dealing with old stains you need to remove from clothes? Try this DIY Stain Remover, it's so easy to make and it works great!
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