Cleaning oil/grease work stains
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Cecile - posted on 02/02/2010
You get Solu-Mel online. It is from a range of laundry, soap, shampoo etc that are tea-tree oil-based. Environmentally-friendly, no bleach, no ammonia, no phosphates. Not tested on animals. No formaldehyde like a lot of things, so it is safer for your family. And best of all, cheaper.
Angela E. - posted on 01/26/2010
Solumel works great as well I have started using a lil Dawn dishwashing soap in the loads with my daughters clothes, after the washer fills before you put the clothes in & it seems to be helping alot with her clothes. But do not put it directly on the clothes for some reason it wants to leave a dark grey mark.
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Emily - posted on 02/03/2010
If you use hand cleaner (like what your husband probably uses at work) it helps get the stains out. Just rub it on the stains, let it soak in for a while, then wash it with your detergent and baking soda and/or Borax, and it should help get the stains out. That's what has always worked best for me!
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