Why do I love being a Purex Insider?
Because I get to try out awesome products like Fels-Naptha Laundy bar!
Fels-Naptha is a powerful laundry bar that works overtime to remove greasy, oily stains, perspiration, and ring-around-the-collar. With over 100 years of removing America’s stains, you can rest assured that this laundry bar knows how to attack your tough stains.
All you have to do is rub the stain with a wet bar of Fels-Naptha and let it sit for a few minutes. Then wash your clothes as you normally would and say farewell to tough stains for good. Simple!!
Previously I blogged about using Fels-Naptha in my homemade laundry detergent. Here is a bit of that post.
Combining the 3 makes a really nice laundry detergent. And it only uses 1 tablespoon per normal load even in he washers.
You can use it to pre treat spots as well. Just wet the bar, rub into the
spot or stain and let set for a few minutes. Then was as normal. Easy!!!
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What works best for me is to rub a small amount of my homemade liquid detergent on any stain. Let it soak in for a minute or two them throw it in the washer. Since the homemade detergent has this (Fels Naptha) and Borax it's a pretty effective combination!!ReplyDelete
I use a good, grease fighting dish detergent on stains.ReplyDelete
treat the stain as soon as possible.ReplyDelete
I use tide to go on small, fresh stains on clothes. I also use Borax to clean the mold off of my window sills.ReplyDelete
We treat the stain as soon as we canReplyDelete
Use OxiClean and let it soak before washing.ReplyDelete
Magic clean eraserReplyDelete
I like the Magic Eraser.ReplyDelete
Treat it immediately even if you wash later!ReplyDelete
Wash it right away instead of letting it dry :)ReplyDelete
Dawn dishwashing liquid gets out most greasy spotsReplyDelete
I squirt a bunch of Shout on it, and hope it comes out! :)ReplyDelete
I make a paste of borax and water, applying it to the stain before I wash.ReplyDelete
Treat the stain quickly!ReplyDelete
My tip is to treat a stain as soon as possible and to apply treatment and let it sit awhile in order to work.ReplyDelete
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
My best spot removal trick is to use a product called "Spray Power" by Crown. I spray the spot, roll it up in a towel to keep it damp, and launder the next day. Stains gone. Would love to try this soap as a spot remover.ReplyDelete
snacee (at) Scottsboro (dot) org
i use zout and shout!ReplyDelete
I use shout on any stains I am nervous about. I LOVE Fels-Naptha soap! I use it to clean my paint brushes!! But now I will use it to pretreat laundry stains.ReplyDelete
Treat it as soon as possible or soak it as soon as possibleReplyDelete
Treat it as soon as possible to avoid allowing it to "set." firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
for coffee stains use cold water right awayReplyDelete
I use hydrogen peroxide mixed with water. I treat with this and rinse really well.ReplyDelete
If the item is white I use a mix of water and peroxide. If the item is coloured I use some stergennt and soak overnight. Thanks for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
Vicki Furrin - sweetandtart at live dot com
I use Shout and Magic Clean EraserReplyDelete
The blue dawn dish soap takes out almost everything.ReplyDelete
I use shout to take out my stains!ReplyDelete
My best tip is to take immediate action!ReplyDelete