How do I get my husbands collars clean on his white shirts. I have tried stain removers you spray on but this does not work.
Lindsey from United Kingdom
By kelly (Guest Post) 09/04/2006 Flag
Hi, I have found the very best way to get anything brighter and stain free is to soak in "BIZ" and hot water for 24 hours. I simply put the item / biz and water in a ziplock bag, as not to tie up my sink with the soaking. Good luck
By Lindsey (Guest Post) 09/05/2006 Flag
what is biz please i have never heard of it
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By Linda (Guest Post) 09/06/2006 Flag
Try rubbing a cheap oily hair shampoo into the collars before washing. Let it soak for a little bit then launder.
By Cheryl from Missouri (Guest Post) 09/06/2006 Flag
Have you tried using a Clorox bleach pen?
By Paula Jo Carr (Guest Post) 09/06/2006 Flag
Go purchase some Oxi Clean liquid Spray & use it on the shirt where needed (collar, cuffs, pockets).
It can be purchased also in powder form for an aid to your laundy detergent which I use with each wash!
I swear by the use of mine now! It will even get out old stains! In my house grass, ink, tomato juice, wine and coffee have all been cleaned up with Oxi Clean and within one washing after letting soak for 15 minutes!
It can be purchased with other laundry detergents in a local store there.
Using Oxi Clean has stopped me from having to use Clorox or even 20 Mule Team Borax! Good Luck!
By (Guest Post) 09/06/2006 Flag
use CLEAR shampoo -- colored shampoo may stain
Add you some bleach to a tooth brush.......
Scrub a little with brush
Hope this works.
By Becki in Indiana (Guest Post) 09/07/2006 Flag
Baby shampoo, applied with an old toothbrush. Buy whatever is the cheapest. Scrub it in real good, let it sit overnight, then wash.
By Lisa (Guest Post) 09/09/2006 Flag
Mom and I would spray dad's collars with homemade spray 1/3 water, 1/3 dishsoap and 1/3 ammonia then scrub with brush and toss into wash cycle hope it helps