Sweat Stains Be Gone Mixture by Karlee Burgess - Musely
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Sweat Stains Be Gone Mixture

posted in Health & Fitness
03/20/2015
  • just add a half a cup of hydrogen peroxide half a cup of baking soda and 1 cup of water together in a bowl. mix well the spread over awful sweat stains let it sit for 30mins and then put in your washer with your regular clothes. it will be gone in a blink of an eye
    just add a half a cup of hydrogen peroxide half a cup of baking soda and 1 cup of water together in a bowl. mix well the spread over awful sweat stains let it sit for 30mins and then put in your washer with your regular clothes. it will be gone in a blink of an eye
  • a little wd40 dawn dish soap and baking soda and your grease oil and cooking stains are gone when they come out of the washer. Also you will need a piece of cardboard a Q-Tip and an old toothbrush for scrubbing the mixture in the shirt.
    a little wd40 dawn dish soap and baking soda and your grease oil and cooking stains are gone when they come out of the washer. Also you will need a piece of cardboard a Q-Tip and an old toothbrush for scrubbing the mixture in the shirt.
  • just mix together in a strong spray bottle a mixture of. i cup of Blue dawn dish soap 1 cup of club soda and a cup of white vinegar and put it in the bottle and shake it up or whisk it. Then spray on your car upholstery and use a heavy duty scrub brush and ta-da the stain is gone
    just mix together in a strong spray bottle a mixture of. i cup of Blue dawn dish soap 1 cup of club soda and a cup of white vinegar and put it in the bottle and shake it up or whisk it. Then spray on your car upholstery and use a heavy duty scrub brush and ta-da the stain is gone

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