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My Clorox Clean Moment Poem!!! One loving mother with pride watching the kids
play outside. The rain ☂ suddenly came down! No cover or shelter to be found.
All kids began shouting with glee ♪♫♪ ! Yippee, as they danced carefree! Yucky
mud found socks, pants and shirts. Oh my, kids were covered in mud and dirt (•‿•)
...Come ☼ sunshine tomorrow, I'm confident... Clorox ❤ clean clothes will be
- kathy n.
PICKED BY THE FANS
dog food on the floor!Read more.
- Anne B.
Tips & Tricks
- Dr. Laundry's
Put the lid on BBQ stains, ASAP.Did you serve up not-so-well-done BBQ sauce stains on white clothes or table linens at your housewarming party? Here’s how to remove em: Pretreat with Clorox® Bleach Pen® Gel for whites. Then wash on the hottest recommended water setting along with your favorite detergent and Clorox® Scented Bleach for that fresh, clean smell.
Banish a baby blowout.That new white onesie became an “oopsie!” fast when your baby had a blowout that escaped the diaper. Here’s how to one-up that onesie stain: Rinse stain with clean water. Then, combine 3 tbsp Clorox® Regular-Bleach per gallon of cool water. Submerge entire garment and soak for 5 minutes. Wash immediately using detergent and ½ cup Clorox® Regular-Bleach.
Undo a salad dressing oops You topped your salad—and your favorite white top—with dressing.Here’s how to reverse that mess: To pre-soak, rinse stain with clean water. Combine 3 tbsp Clorox® Regular-Bleach per gallon of cool water. Submerge entire garment and soak for 5 minutes. Wash immediately using detergent and ½ cup Clorox® Regular-Bleach.
Mildew on Outdoor Furniture
Q: What should I use to clean mildew from the cushions on our porch chaise lounge. The cushions are made of heavy duty cloth.
A: I can recommend a bleach solution, but in addition to removing the mildew it could also alter the color of the cushions depending on the fabr ...Read More
Removing pine sap
After taking down our Christmas tree, our clothes have little drops of pine sap in multiple places. Is this considered a stain, or can I simply wash them with detergent?
Christmas trees are a wonderful Christmas tradition, but unfortunately pine sap is a very difficult sta ...Read More
Holiday Stains, Part 1
I am taking the next week-plus off, so I wanted to personally express my thanks for your helping to make the Dr. Laundry blog a sought out resource for laundry questions and answers.
Here’s wishing everyone a wonderful Holiday Season. With all the b ...Read More
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