I've never tried it, but surely it wouldn't be colour safe
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Re: Stubborn food stain cleaning products
01-02-2013 11:51 #12Senior Member
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Stubborn food stain cleaning products
I use Stain go.. $10 for 200 ml so it isn't cheap.
It's actually an on-the-spot stain remover, as in spray, slight rub, and the stain is (usually) gone. You can use it as a pre was remover as well, but I find it works best on fresh stains. It isn't organic, however.
I also use sard wondersoap and some elbow grease to rub a stain b4 I put it in the wash.
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