Make a spray for the stubborn stains that your kids or your better half like to leave on their clothes.
Mix in bottle. Wait a while before you put the top on because it will expand a lot then before you use it.
Shake well first and then spray on your stains.
My husband got grease all over his shirt and pants, so I sprayed his shirt and let it set about half a day or until the next load of laundry is done, and pop it right in the washer with everything else. When you spray it make sure you do it really good.
By Heather E from Brooker, FL
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Is there a way to make your own Spray and Wash spot and stain remover?
By Kris from MI
Try mixing 1 part all fabric bleach like Clorox 2 to 3 parts water in empty spray bottle. I read somewhere, maybe on this site, that it works great. Good Luck. (07/21/2010)
I just bookmarked it, it was 1 part color-safe bleach to 5 parts water in a spray bottle. (07/21/2010)
Remove stains from clothing, carpet, etc. Get an empty spray bottle, rinse, fill almost to top with peroxide, one squirt of liquid dish detergent, and shake. Spray this on clothing before putting into washer. Spray on dirty spots in carpet and walk away. If spots are really bad, you might have to repeat more than once. It has even worked on red wine stains on white blouse and paint stains in carpet. I have never had it to fade anything.
By Donna Nelson from AL
For a goo/ink/food stain remover, mix 1 part Goof Off with 1 part Citra-Solv and 3 parts water. Shake the solution thoroughly and then allow it time to emulsify. It is ready for use when the solution is uniformly a milky white color.
By Philip from Sacramento, CA
What is Goof Off and Citra-Solv? Are there any cleaners similar to them? (01/24/2007)