By Ronda S
Using that soap in your laundry will also get rid of the oil from the poison oak plant.
Thank you for all of the wonderfull suggestions. Just found this site...I love it!
I tried to find their website, before and after, I posted this question, but I did not have anyluck. I must be missing it. Do you know what the address is?
Editor's Note: Here's a link with lots of uses:
http://www.soapsgonebuy.com/Product ... p?ProductCode=D1001&Show=ExtInfo
My mother, who is now deceased, introduced me to this great stain remover!! I keep a bar of it in a tupperware bowl with a little water in bottom of bowl. When I have a stain to treat, I simply use a toothbrush and get some of the softened Fels Naptha (it will be jelly like consistency) and brush on the stain. I let it set a few hours or overnight then wash as usal....I have found it to be the best stain remover ever!
I use Fels Naptha to make my homemade laundry detergent. Wonderful stuff!
When I was a youngster we used to make a paste of Fels Naptha soap and smear it on our poison ivy to dry it up... to this day, still find it works.. Anita, NJ
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