Ann's Laundry Stain Remover

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Recipe by Candle Lover

I have been using this stain remover for about 5 years. With running a home daycare and young kids getting messes on their clothes I was tired of running out of stain remover and spending a fortune on it. So I searched all over the internet and combined some safe ingredients to make my own very cheap stain remover. It does work very well. **** Tip I learned for really dirty load of laundry** my husband helped clean up a flooded area by the lakes and his clothes where full of dirt and mud (I added soap, water and 1/8th cup bleach to the water after it spun for a couple minutes I added the clothes to the water and they came out very clean and smelled good) - Make sure you add the clothes after the water is filled and spinning to mix the bleach so not to stain your clothes.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 6 ounces water
  • 6 ounces dawn original liquid dish soap
  • 6 ounces white vinegar
  • 6 ounces hydrogen peroxide


  1. Use a 24 oz Spray bottle
  2. Add water, Dawn Original liquid dish soap, Vinegar (pour in slowly) and Peroxide (pour in slowly).
  3. Mix well and spray on all your stains.
  4. Mixes fine with any laundry soap you use and bleach too.
  5. *** Never mix chlorine bleach and ammonia -- this can KILL You.
  6. *** Make sure to use Dawn Original -- it is the best degreaser on the market.
  7. When there are big spills on the road they use Dawn to help clean up the spills.

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