Removing Stains from Soap Bubble Mixture on Children's Clothing

Bubble blowing mixture leaves brown stains on my grandchildren's clothing, mostly cotton t-shirts. How can I remove the stains? Too many of their clothes are being spoiled! Please help.


By Glenda from Kurri Kurri, NSW, Australia

January 6, 20110 found this helpful

I don't understand what kind of bubble blowing mixture this might be. Any my kids used was just soap. I would stop using this stuff and get non-staining mixtures, just regular dish detergent works fine.

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January 7, 20110 found this helpful

Just regular store bought stuff, various brands they all seem to stain white clothing. I have a great mix that I make at home as well, but we were out on New Years Eve and my daughter bought bubble guns for the kids. My grand daughter and I both had white on and both ended up with stains, it is frustrating. We have tried things like dish detergent, soakers, white vinegar, lemon juice, eucalyptus oil but nothing seems to work.

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August 20, 20130 found this helpful

I just read somewhere that you can try to use a rust remover for clothing....

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