Mark Treated Stain with Safety Pin Before Washing

When treating laundry stains, I keep safety pins handy and put one where the stain is. When I pull the laundry item out of the washer, I look for the safety pin, to see if the stain came out, before I put it in the dryer. The heat in the dryer can set the stain. I want to be sure the stain came out before I put it in the dryer. This saves my clothes.


By Cindy S. from Knoxville TN

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December 12, 20070 found this helpful

A wonderful idea! My daughter in law has a little tin of safety pins on the shelf above the washer for keeping kid socks together in the wash. I'll tell her about this. Thanks!

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June 4, 20110 found this helpful

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

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