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Homemade "Spray 'N Wash" Alternative

Laundry stain pre-treatment products can be expensive. This is a guide about homemade Spray 'N Wash alternative .


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January 31, 2006

Instead of buying Spray and Wash or a similar item, I make my own.



Put in a spray bottle. Shake to mix and use as needed for spot removal on clothes. By Penney from Sioux Lookout, ON

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May 1, 20060 found this helpful

Does anyone have an inexpensive alternative to Spray 'n Wash? If so, please share with me.

Mary from San Diego, CA


By A.R. (Guest Post)
May 1, 20060 found this helpful
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I mix the following ingredients in a spray bottle. My family likes it so well, that they make it and use it to if they are washing a load of laundry.

1 Cup Good Quality liquid laundry soap
1 Cup Hydrogen Peroxide
1 Cup White Distilled Vinegar
1 Cup Lemon sudsing Ammonia

I've not had any problems with this and have been using it for years, but if you have a favorite item you may want to try the stain remover on a inseam to check for color fastness.

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