WATCH Video BEST Homemade Stain Remover EVER! DIY, Cheap and EASY!

You will want to watch this Video Best Homemade Stain Remover ever! DIY, Cheap, and EASY! You will love this homemade cleaning product for removing stains out of laundry. This homemade stain remover is effective, cost efficient, safe, and powerful on all sorts of stains and odor in your laundry. To make this homemade cleaning product you will need some Dawn Dish Detergent (the blue one), baking soda, and some hydrogen peroxide. To make the regular strength stain remover, you will need a funnel and a small bottle container. Using the funnel fill the bottle about 20 percent of the way with baking soda, about 60 percent with hydrogen peroxide and the rest with the Dawn Dish Detergent. Then to make the higher concentration stain remover for tougher stains, you will need a smaller container and fill it 50 percent with baking soda and equal amounts of Dawn Dish Detergent and hydrogen peroxide for the rest of the container. To use this homemade cleaning product you simply apply the stain remover to odors and stains on your laundry. This stain remover is safe to use on both whites and colored laundry. Pour the homemade cleaning product onto the stains, rub it in and let sit for about an hour. Then rinse the homemade cleaning product out of the laundry, and wash in the washing machine as you normally would. That's it the stains should be gone.

Baking soda is a natural ingredient that is useful in a wide variety of safe homemade cleaning products. Baking soda also known as sodium bicarbonate is a chemical compound. Baking soda is salt that is composed of sodium ions and bicarbonate ions. Baking soda is a white solid that is crystalline but most often appears as a fine powder. Baking soda has a slightly salty, alkaline taste that looks similar to that of washing soda. You can find sodium bicarbonate used for a variety of purposes as far back as the ancient Egyptians who used natural deposits of natron, which was a mixture that consisted mostly of sodium carbonate decahydrate, and sodium bicarbonate. The natron was ground up, solvated, and then used as paint for hieroglyphics. Baking soda is not recommended for cleaning on aluminum objects, as it attacks the thin unreactive protective oxide layer of this very reactive metal. Baking soda does on the other hand work for cleaning tarnished silver when the silver is in contact with a piece of aluminum foil.

Hydrogen peroxide is more gentle than toxic chlorine bleach and can be used for sterilizing and disinfecting both your home and on your body. Hydrogen peroxide is effective at getting rid of armpit stains, cleaning cookie sheets, and as an all-purpose cleaner in the bathroom and kitchen. You can use hydrogen peroxide to make your natural homemade cleaning products and to make your oxi clean type cleaning solutions. You should always have at least one bottle of hydrogen peroxide under your kitchen sink, bathroom sink, and laundry room. Hydrogen peroxide is versatile, cost effective and works on a wide variety of cleaning projects. You could also call hydrogen peroxide oxygen water. Hydrogen peroxide is the same chemical makeup as water but with an extra oxygen atom to make it H2O2. Because of this hydrogen peroxide breaks down quickly and harmlessly into oxygen and water.This step by step video tutorial on how to make the best stain removal homemade cleaning product can be found on the "Krys, Naturally" site. This is just one of the natural homemade cleaning products you will find on the site. You will also find hair, skin care, non-toxic living, safe homemade cleaning products and so much more. *

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