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All Purpose Laundry Stain Remover: For Kool Aid, blood, chocolate or just any sort of stain, buy a small bottle of the original Dawn liquid dish soap. Apply it and if possible let it set overnight. Wash it the next day and all traces of the stain will be removed. It is much cheaper to buy than the stain removers in the grocery store. Just spray it on a stain and then throw in the washer. Lynn TetreaultYou can use Prell shampoo to remove stains like grass, blood, etc. on clothing. Just rub it in good before you throw the item in the washer. Penny, MITo remove stains of all kinds, even red mud, just use Windex with ammonia. Kay Johnson, Prattville, ALLiquid dish soap works on almost any clothing stain that hasn been washed and dried yet, especially oil or butter stains. I don use the more expensive laundry stain removers any more. Just make sure you use light colored dish soap, especially on light colored fabrics. Robin Collett, VATo get tough stains out of almost anything use Ajax Dish Liquid (Orchard fresh smells the best). Pre treat the area with a moderate amount and let it set for about 5 10 minutes then wash inside out. Lana Bradshaw, MISpray 409 on clothes stains then wash. It works wondersJeanne, LAIn a spray bottle combine 1 part ERA liquid detergent,
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