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This laundry bar is a great way to remove perspiration and ring around the collar stains from tees. Just rub the stain with a wet bar of Fels-Naptha and let it sit for a few minutes. Then, simply wash your clothes as you normally would!
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What is this witchcraft!??? Why have I not known about this stuff my whole life?! Genuinely took out a year old bloodstain from white cotton. I should have taken a before and after picture! Rub the bar directly onto the stain on the fabric, let sit for a bit, wash. That’s it. Literal magic. It smells very pleasant, a basic clean laundry scent. I am a girl who spills grease on my shirts and insists on having white sheets and then eating in bed. But those sins have been forgiven, thanks to the power of whatever the heck this stuff is made of.
Grease stains! Old grease stains that had been washed and dried several times. On bright red cotton! GONE. The color stayed flawless. I did scrub it into the stains pretty aggressively, so it takes more effort than your average spray and wash stain remover. I have no idea what this is made of, and I don’t care. Could be actual unicorn blood and I would not care. It works and I am never buying overpriced stain removers again. Everyone, buy this. Seriously, the cheapest and best decision of your life!
My daughter is a catcher on a competitive softball team and this gets her white uniform pants clean! In my laundry sink, I filled a bucket with a little water and get the pants wet and that rinse the loose dirt off. Then I basically rubbed the bar on the pants (like you would a bar of soap and a washcloth) until the pants are full of soap foam. Then I looked the pants over for more set-in stains and then rubbing the pants together and worked those out. I then threw them in the washer on heavy wash with just a little bleach (you could use your favorite white brightened) These pants took about 10 minutes.