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    I use Aldi's Oxiwhite (or whatever it's called) its in a purple tub and it works great as long as you put the clothes in that day.

    Ie. don't put them in the basket & wait till wash day to try & get it out. Mix the solution & chuck the item in that evening. Next day = gone.

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    Not a product, but UV light is fantastic for stains. Most of the time if I think something won't come out... pop it in direct sunlight for a day and it's gone. Doesn't always work, but usually seems to

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    I also use oxygen bleach in my nappies as it doesn't have all of the fillers that nappisan and the like use. It's a great cleaner as well
    http://www.gogreenathome.com.au/oxygenbleach.html


 

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