Today’s Tuesday Tip is 11 Laundry Stain Remover Tips. With back to school upon us all, stains are bound to come our way. I’ve gathered these from a few random places. My washing machine has stain removal tips … so I just took those and shared. Some of the other tips are found at .
Hearing her story put me in the mood to go searching for one of the books in my “Home Resource Library” also known as “That shelf where I stick all the quirky books I find at thrift stores and garage sales”. And I found what I was looking for – a little book I picked up a couple years ago called . Sure enough – WD-40 was listed in this book too along with a bunch of other interesting ideas for dealing with laundry and stain problems.
My favorite enzyme cleaner is Biz. You can where I tested it on this shirt and see how it all came out with one wash. If you are wondering what an enzyme cleaner is? Enzymes are a type of protein. These cleaners are a catalyst used to break down other protein or greasy stains and dirt that are occur in nature such as grass, blood and dirt. Some stains need a little more than an enzyme detergent, but I’m going to show you how to remove the most common laundry stains for kids. Here is all you will need to remove any stain for most of your laundry needs.
I do want to disclose that I haven’t personally tested these ideas, but instead offer them up as a way to use something else that might be around the house to solve a problem, or as a “nothing else has worked” final attempt to save a piece of clothing. If the item is stained and you’re not wearing it anyway, you don’t have much to lose and you might just discover a great new resourceful trick to add to your laundry stain fighting knowledge!