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Cut out cutting board germs.

Make a mess of raw meat all over your cutting board? Here’s how to clean that up, chop chop: To sanitize plastic cutting boards, wash or rinse with liquid dishwashing detergent and water. Then soak in a solution using 2 teaspoons of Clorox® Regular-Bleach per gallon of water. Let stand 2 minutes, then air dry.

Make an ink stain go poof.

You put it in ink—literally. Here’s how to get ink and marker stains out of your favorite white shirt: Add ½ cup of Clorox® Regular-Bleach to a standard size washer following detergent. If dispenser is available, fill to the maximum level. Add laundry.

Make messy mud splashes disappear.

Rain + white pants = a muddy formula for a fashion faux pas. Here’s how to remove a mud stain from your whites: Presoak in warm water with regular detergent for at least one hour. Then wash as usual with detergent and ½ cup clean-smelling Clorox® Scented Bleach. Repeat as needed until stain is gone.

My Blog Featured on Yahoo!

Well, if you haven't seen it...I'm officially hip. Clorox has teamed up with Yahoo! Personals to create a "Clean Compatibility" survey. Check it out at! They decided to feature me, a ...Read More

Removing Odors from Stored Clothing

Q. Can any of your products help me in saving some clothes that have been in storage, and now have an odor? Some are cotton and some are polyester, knit, and dry clean only.

A. A little more information on the type of clothes, colors and fiber types would have been helpful.

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Removing Dye from Sweatshirts

Q. I washed a sweatshirt and it bled into another one. What can I do to fix this?

A. I probably don't have very good news for you, since I'm assuming the sweatshirts aren't white and they probably have been dried in the dryer, which sets the dye on the new fabric. Cotton sweatshirts ten ...Read More