Jenna's Journey: How some blue soap saved my dress. [Tried this on a pair of pants that I spilled melted butter on, treated with Zout, washed and dried, and the stain was still there. I was skeptical, but I rubbed the Dawn on the stain, let it sit for 10 min, and washed as normal. The stain is gone! I'm a believer ;)]
Cleaning Stainless Steel Sinks has always been a pet peeve. Once it was discovered how clean and shiny they REALLY could be, the OCD about keeping them that clean....hasn't stopped. And why not when it's so simple to do? Click through the jump to check out how to use common household items to clean even the dirtiest sink naturally and in under 5 minutes.
Mama's Miracle Cleaner 4 teaspoon Blue Dawn dish soap 1 cup Hydrogen Peroxide 1/2 cup baking soda // Mix and scrub onto stains // Allow clothes to sit for at least 1 hour // Wash as normal // Repeat steps for tough stains. I have sometimes scrubbed, soaked and washed 3 or 4 times for extreme stains. // Store extra cleaner in an airtight container
**Grease stain removal** Put dish soap w/oxy on the stains & rub in to the fabric. Let it soak in hot water for 15 min. Wash as normal & let it air dry (in case the stains didn't come out). If the grease stain is still there after washing and drying, you'll need to "reactivate" the grease stain by spraying it with WD 40 (sounds counter intuitive, right?), then putting Dawn soap on it, let it sit for a few minutes, rub the spot with an old toothbrush and then wash. Comes right out.