A mom pours blue Dawn dish soap into hydrogen peroxide. The reason why? We didn't know this!
Stains are an inevitable part of laundry, and some are easier to get rid of than others. And depending on the size of your family, and whether or not you have a pet, you might be dealing with laundry stains as a regular part of your laundry routine. The important thing is that you have a laundry stain remover that is available for when those pesky stains have to be dealt with. It's important to deal with stains as soon as possible, so they don't sink in and set. The good news is that this DIY idea for a laundry stain remover is easy to make and it won't cost you a lot of money. This miracle stain remover project to do works, not just on fresh laundry stains but also on stains that have been washed and dried (although it is always best to deal with stains right away if you notice them). You will want to take a look at the site for the full step by step tutorial on this DIY idea for stain remover.
For this do yourself home project to make laundry stain remover you will need some Dawn dish soap, hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. These ingredients may already be in your kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Dawn liquid dish soap is a helpful soap to have in your house at all times, just think how great it works at getting rid of grease on dirty dishes, and it will do the same on your stained laundry. You will also need a container to hold the diy idea and stain remover, along with a funnel if you have one.
We all know that Dawn liquid dish soap is great for washing dishes, flatware, pots and pans, and crystal. And this miracle dish soap can be used for a variety of other DIY ideas and do it yourself home projects. Dawn dish soap has a reputation for helping to save wildlife. Dawn liquid dish soap is the wildlife cleaner of choice after terrible oil spill. According to the International Bird Rescue Research Center, Dawn liquid dish soap is a cleaning solution that effectively helps to remove grease but does not cause harm to the skin of the birds. Dawn dish soap is also biodegradable and contains no phosphates. You can also use this liquid dish soap to help with greasy hair mishaps. Think of when the kids get something in their hair such as Vaseline, baby oil, silly putty, or gum. Dawn liquid dish soap is mild enough to use on kids hair and strong enough to remove the most stubborn of grease.
You can also use the liquid dish soap as a DIY idea in the winter for a sidewalk de-icer. This DIY idea works wonders for icy steps and sidewalks in freezing temperatures. To make this DIY idea mix one teaspoon of Dawn liquid dish soap, with one tablespoon of rubbing alcohol, and 1/2 gallon of hot/warm water and then pour over walkways. The best part about this DIY idea is that the steps and walkways won’t refreeze, and you have no more salt eating away at the concrete in your sidewalks. Use Dawn liquid dish soap as a DIY idea for a multi-purpose cleaning solution. Merry Maids recommends using a drop of Dawn liquid soap in 8 ounces of water to help clean ceramic tile and no-wax/linoleum floors. You can also use the liquid spray on woodwork such as baseboards, wainscotting and shelves. This DIY idea for stain remover can be found on the Hometalk site. On the site, you will find other DIY ideas, do it yourself home projects, projects to do, and more. **
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