By Janet Mayhew luvz2bake
I have used this for years. If your stain is stubborn keep after it. I have had good luck with treating stains even after they have been washed. This also took permanent marker off my daughters brand new sweatshirt! I got this out of a helpful hints section in my newspaper. My kids karate uniforms are the best looking whites on the floor thanks to this recipe!
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About this Recipe
Jean Reiners Pinto - Apr 5, 2012
Do you think this will get out the grease the guys get on their clothes from working on cars? I am definitely going to try this.
Janet Mayhew luvz2bake - Apr 10, 2012
My husband does not work on cars but remember if it doesn't come out the first wash you can try again. I had vegetable oil on a skirt and washed and dryed not noticing it. When I did I treated it and it came out. Keep working it you may be surprised. As far as I am concerned it works better then most other stain removers I have tried. On tough stuff just to be sure I also add oxi to the wash. Don't treat and set, treat and throw right in the wash. Good luck and let me know your results.
Jan Wilson janmixer - Aug 15, 2012
Jean pine sol works on car grease.mind works on cars to,just tryed peroxide and hand soap half in half, sm spray bottle with half water an half peroxide, 2T.spoons soap.It worked on new stains pretty good. That recipe is in here somewhere i just came to this one first.new to site just learning where everything is.lol will use this again because its cheap.