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Marking Stains On Clothing

When you get a stain on your clothing (or other things), try this. Before you put it in the hamper to wash, tie a knot if possible or fix so it has to be looked at before putting in the washer. When I find a knot or clothing not the usual way it should be, I know to look for a stain on it. That way I can pre-treat it before it is put in the washer. I have been doing this and it works great.

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By Rosemary from Tipp City, OH

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August 1, 20110 found this helpful

Good idea. I often miss stains, and then after they are washed and dried, they are a nightmare to deal with.

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August 2, 20110 found this helpful

This is a clever idea and so easy to implement. Thanks for this great tip.

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June 3, 20130 found this helpful

I have found that if the stain is left even a little while in the garment, it is harder to remove. It is better to use the removal remedy as soon as possible for best results.

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