My Favorite Laundry Products

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  1. LUANNE MORIKAWA
    LUANNE MORIKAWA says:

    My friend spilled Tumeric powder on her new rose colored blouse. Do you have a magic cure to clean this stain?
    BTW- I loved the part in the first show when you should how the patch started to run and you didn’t panic, but were able to fix the problem. Can’t wait to see what you will show us next.

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    • thelaundryevangelist
      thelaundryevangelist says:

      Thank you! The best thing to use is Amoxex to get out the stain. Put it on and let it sit a few hours and then wash it off. Glad you’re enjoying the shot

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    • thelaundryevangelist
      thelaundryevangelist says:

      Our soap flakes are to be used by themselves or with oxy bleach. Use one or the other, but both is too much soap/detergent for a load. Thanks for the great question.

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    • thelaundryevangelist
      thelaundryevangelist says:

      I don’t like using commercial detergent, but if you are wanting to use it, use three Tablespoons of detergent. If you like scent, consider using wool balls with a few drops of essential oil on them and throw them in the dryer with your clothes. I use them and change the scents depending on my needs. I love to use peppermint oil on my sheets.

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  2. Patricia Wrigley
    Patricia Wrigley says:

    I love your show! I am hooked on the series and love all the cleaning tips.
    I too, have become a legendary stain guru, to my grand kiddos! You should see some of the stains they challenge me to remove. I am a novice compared to you but have had some success stories along the way.
    However, one grandson gave me the ultimate stain dilemma!…a multi colored jacket with a white background that has dried mud stains all over it! He washed it??? and dried it a few times but the stains did not but budge. I tried to work gmas magic and got the stains to look lighter but they are stlii there!! Any suggestions??? I don’t want to have my laundry queen title taken away!!!

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    • thelaundryevangelist
      thelaundryevangelist says:

      Thank you! I have a solution for you… stain brush and stain solution. You might want to consider getting a large stain brush to work on the jacket, and all laundry queens need great tools at their fingertips. Good luck and I’m here to help.

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  3. Karen Clark
    Karen Clark says:

    Is there a way to get bath towels soft and fluffy again? After using them for several years they get stiff and not fluffy. We have a water softener so I try not to use a lot of laundry detergent and careful not to use a lot of fabric softener as they become non-absorbent. I try hot water, warm water, rinsing them in vinegar and nothing helps.

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    • thelaundryevangelist
      thelaundryevangelist says:

      To get your towels back, do a load of them with the soap flakes and a full tablespoon of the oxy bleach. The oxy bleach will remove the excess residue or additives from detergent and fabric softener. A couple of washes will do the trick and bounce back the softness in your towels and with no further need for fabric softener. Thanks.

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