It got "blue moon" ice cream out of a lemon colored tee that I thought for sure was trash. Definitely a keeper!!
just mixed up another batch & relized I should review this!!! good stuff..got a big long streak of black grease from a very nice white t-shirt...I don't usually buy wisk BUT..bought a small bottle just to keep for mixing up this stain remover... used it the 1st time to get some icky orange stains off shirts that were left hanging in a closet for who knows how long( bought them at a yard sale for really cheap) this does work..I had to launder twice ( I wash in cold) BUT the stain was pretty large..I'll make this a lot..thank you
My husband the mechanic is always going through jeans and t-shirts. Well I found your recipe and thought, "gee I have this stuff here let me make it." Well needless to say I actually am IMPRESSED. Blew my husband over. Well thank you to Oma. You saved me so much $$!
This worked great! My DH is the ultimate messy eater and this recipe comes in very handy! Thanks for posting, Tara!
Works great! My husband has a shirt that was very yellow-dingy. It is white again! Thanks for sharing this!
Wow, this works GREAT! My step-son is a very messy eater and is always dripping something on him when he eats. I used the stain remover on what looked like spaghetti sauce. I didn't find the stain on his shorts until a few days later when I went to wash them. I used the stain remover and it worked great!!! The stain was completely gone! It's also very economical to make! Thanks Tara!!!
This may be the answer to my prayers. My family laughs at me, I invariably drop something from what I'm eating on my chest. Now I can get the stains out!!!
I'd rather put my ungloved hand down the toilet than deal with stained clothes, but here goes...
Really like this concoction a lot, despite the strong ammonia smell. Thanks so much!!