Stain Removal

Try These Tips For Removing Stains. These are only suggestions and should be used at your own risk.

Biz – Great for all types of stains.  Soaking clothes in a sink with water and a lot of Biz is the first treatment for most stains.  Great for stained shoe laces and cuffs.  Just soak and then wash as directed.

Clorox Bleach Pen – Great for removing smaller stains on white fabrics.

Goop-Hand Cleaner – good for grease, goes on without water.  Apply liberally and let sit, then wash as directed.  May remove stains from items that were washed and dried with a crayon.

Mother’s Miracle – Great on spit-up, urine, blood, etc.

Carbona Stain Remover – Removes various stains including rust.

Tilex– Great for removing mildew on white fabrics.  It does contain bleach, so be careful on colored items.

Rit Dye Color Remover – Used as a last resort, this can be effective. On small stains it is easier to use the stovetop method, but for larger loads, use the washer.

Hot Water – Works well on Kool-Aid and Jell-O type stains.  Hold fabric taut and pour from a height.  Soak and repeat if necessary.

Oops Latex Paint Remover – Used for getting stains, marks, stickers, and marker off of plastic toys.  If used on thin plastic, test a small area first.  Use steel wool on stubborn marks.  Can remove crayon from chalk boards without damaging finish.  Make sure to wear rubber gloves.

Goo Gone – Removes stickers, tar, grease, crayon, tape, etc.

Oxi-clean Multi Purpose Stain Remover – Removes wine, juice, pet messes, and much more; especially when used with warm/hot water.

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser – Great for cleaning plastic toys, etc.