Stains can happen to the best of us. You may even be wearing your best clothes when you get a stain. Some fabrics can’t be washed they have to be dry cleaned but for the fabrics that can be washed you can use a stain remover. You can buy commercial stain removers or you can try to make a homemade kind that is easy to make and inexpensive to buy.
This homemade stain remover is a pre-wash meaning that you put it onto the stain before you wash the item. You can mix up this homemade stain remover and then store it in a bottle until you are ready to use it. It will last indefinitely and if you put it into a squirt bottle you can easily take the bottle and apply it onto the stain.
To make this homemade stain remover all you do is mix together one part dish soap to one part household ammonia and one part water. In other words, you put in the same amount of all three ingredients. Then just mix the ingredients together and put them in the permanent container. Store your bottle of stain remover near your laundry soap and you will always have it handy when you are doing laundry.
When you run into a stain that you want to remove just put some of the homemade stain removers on the stain and wash the clothes as usual. Do not put the hand made stain remover on an item and let it set. Wash the clothes right away after you put the stain remover on the clothes. In other words, put the stain remover on the stain just before putting the garment into the washing machine for the best results.
Stains are a way of life. We all get them from time to time and when we take a few extra moments to try to remove any stains we may get we can make our clothes last longer. And that is a money saver when we don’t have to replace our clothes as often.
This homemade stain remover is great to take along in an RV or on a trip. It is nice to have at home in the laundry room for easy access when you need it to remove any stains that get on our clothes. Be careful when you make the homemade stain remover and follow the instructions on the bottles of ingredients.