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    Sure do. It's in a white wrapper up near the top usually.

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    Exit stain remover, it's a little yellow block with a blue wrapper. Looks kinda like a cake of soap.

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    My nanna in law always used to recommend putting talc powder on stains. I've never tried it but she used to rave about it. I find that preen stain remover works well on our clothes.

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    I've heard roll on aeroguard works well as a stain remover. I've never tried it though. Only because I've never had to....yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    Exit stain remover, it's a little yellow block with a blue wrapper. Looks kinda like a cake of soap.
    This... It's fantastic, have yet to come across a stain it couldn't remove

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    I've not had the need for it myself, but I've heard good things about adding phosphate (usually in the form of STP / STPP) to laundry detergents. There's a rant about it here:

    Why Everything Is Dirtier

    It's reasonably dare at $33 / kg from Melbourne Food Depot, but I suspect a little goes a long way with this stuff.

    Usual disclaimer applies: I'm not a chemist, and I haven't (yet) tried it myself. I suspect I will be once I'm regularly cleaning school uniforms.

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    Earth Stain Remover then a few days in the sun works fantastically, I've easily gotten tomato sauce stains that went hiding in the wash basket for a week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopefulmum2 View Post
    I use a product called StainGo. It comes in a 200ml bottle spray. I get it from Woolies. As well as my clothes, I use it on my carpet. It removes a whole list of things. Works for me.
    Same. And I try to keep a bottle in my bag for when we r out in case we have any nasty yuk spills happen.

    And sard wonder soap. A bit of elbow grease and pop it in the wash. Never fails.

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    I'm not a Mum, but I use Sard as well. Soap and stick. Depends on the stain though - what stains are you trying to get rid of?

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    12mo DS has a cough and vomited in bed last night....after having spag bol and blueberries!
    Sard wonder soap and some rubbing this morn and it's all back to bright white. I've not found a spray that works as they advertise.


 

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