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Using Fels Naptha Soap

December 11, 2009

Fels Naptha soap is a wonderful product for cleaning ones hands after staining furniture, woodwork, etc.

By Saima from Twin Cities, MN

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November 1, 2006

After our 2 year old decorated my tan leather sofa with a Bic ink pen, we tried all tips provided and nothing worked. Finally, I used a Fels Naptha Laundry Soap Bar and lathered it up on the leather and let it set a few minutes.

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June 4, 2006

I bought some Fels Naptha bar soap. I know it is a great laundry stain remover and I also have some flower/garden recipes that require this kind of soap, but are there any other cleaning recipes for this brand of soap?



If anyone has any answers I would love to read them.

Thank You,
Ronda S from Clarksburg, WV

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By GraNita (Guest Post)
June 5, 20060 found this helpful

When I was a youngster we used to make a paste of Fels Naptha soap and smear it on our poison ivy to dry it up... to this day, still find it works.. Anita, NJ

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By Susabelle (Guest Post)
June 5, 20060 found this helpful

I use Fels Naptha to make my homemade laundry detergent. Wonderful stuff!

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June 6, 20060 found this helpful

Their website used to have lots of things to use their soap for.

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By Mary Beth (Guest Post)
June 6, 20060 found this helpful

My mother, who is now deceased, introduced me to this great stain remover!! I keep a bar of it in a tupperware bowl with a little water in bottom of bowl. When I have a stain to treat, I simply use a toothbrush and get some of the softened Fels Naptha (it will be jelly like consistency) and brush on the stain. I let it set a few hours or overnight then wash as usal....I have found it to be the best stain remover ever!

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By Ronda (Guest Post)
June 6, 20060 found this helpful

Thank you for all of the wonderfull suggestions. Just found this site...I love it!

Susan,
I tried to find their website, before and after, I posted this question, but I did not have anyluck. I must be missing it. Do you know what the address is?

Thanks Again!
Ronda

Editor's Note: Here's a link with lots of uses:

www.soapsgonebuy.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=D1001...

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June 18, 20100 found this helpful

Using that soap in your laundry will also get rid of the oil from the poison oak plant.

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September 19, 2017

Fels-Naptha is a common ingredient in homemade soaps. You can make your own homemade laundry soap using Fels-Naptha.

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December 11, 2009

You can use old fashioned Fels-Naptha laundry soap for many uses. It can be used as a stain remover, to wash off poison ivy residue.

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