One tablespoon of classic Dawn liquid – the blue stuff One cup of hydrogen peroxide  Dab onto stain with a clean cloth or sponge.  Try it?  According to WardrobeOxygen: This can remove red wine, blood, yellowed stains from sweat and deodorant, grass, even stains that have been laundered and are old. I have since used it on heavier duty fabrics with an old clean toothbrush, and have poured it directly on to stains to pretreat before washing.

One tablespoon of classic Dawn liquid – the blue stuff One cup of hydrogen peroxide Dab onto stain with a clean cloth or sponge. Try it? According to WardrobeOxygen: This can remove red wine, blood, yellowed stains from sweat and deodorant, grass, even stains that have been laundered and are old. I have since used it on heavier duty fabrics with an old clean toothbrush, and have poured it directly on to stains to pretreat before washing.

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I haven't tried all of these but the stain remover and shower scum removal ideas do work.. Honestly when it comes to armpit stains its time to just toss it honey!!!

I haven't tried all of these but the stain remover and shower scum removal ideas do work.. Honestly when it comes to armpit stains its time to just toss it honey!!!

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WD40, Baking Soda, Dawn soap gone! After working at an olive oil store for three years this is a great pin to fnd

WD40, Baking Soda, Dawn soap gone! After working at an olive oil store for three years this is a great pin to fnd

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Stain remover: Dawn, hydrogen peroxide, and baking soda. It must be good since I've seen it several places!

Stain remover: Dawn, hydrogen peroxide, and baking soda. It must be good since I've seen it several places!

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