Removing Stains From Washable Clothes

  • Alcoholic Drinks: rinse with cold water immediately, if isn't removed with cold water and glycerine scrub gently and rinse with vinegar
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  • Blood: presoak in cold water for 30 minutes. if isn't removed, add ammonia water and scrub gently.

  • Candle Wax/Crayon: use a dull knife to scrape off as much as possible. then place wax between two facial tissues. press with warm iron. wash as usual.

  • Chewing Gum: rub area with ice cube, scrape off with dull knife. wash with warm water.

  • Coffee/Cocoa/Tea: sponge with cold water immediately. wash in warm water with detergent and bleach (color safe bleach if for colored clothes)

By LRP from Lowell, MA

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February 18, 20070 found this helpful

Hydogen Peroxide is also good for removing blood.

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