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Simple, All-Natural Stain Removers

Working with so many amazing home products has given us a leg up in certain, somewhat unexpected areas—like household chores. We’ve shared some of our favorite laundry tips before, but today we’ve got something even more handy: an easy-to-download infographic on all-natural stain removers. Print it out, post it on your laundry room wall, and you’ll have a quick reference any time you need to erase a stain, from coffee to red wine to, ahem, unsightly armpit yellowing.

 

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Got a favorite all-natural stain remover of your own? Tell us about it in the comments.

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Mary Ann Einarson March 27, 2015 at 11:21 pm

I didn’t know you could use vinegar on linen — thanks for the tips (and for making this into a ‘perfect pin’).

: )

P.S. Could be all in my head, but it feels like using borax also helps to ‘refresh’ towels and sheets (?).

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Fresh American March 30, 2015 at 11:32 am

You’re so welcome, Mary Ann! We’ve never met a laundry tip we didn’t love. You can indeed use white vinegar on linen, but if it’s a delicate piece, test the solution on a small, inconspicuous area (such as the inside of a garment hem or the underside of the foot-of-the-bed end of a coverlet) first.

And you’re not imagining it — borax has some pretty powerful odor-blasting qualities!

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