How to Remove Stains from Clothes the Easy Way!

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If your family is like mine, there are stains to get out of clothes every day. I used to pay a lot of money for stain removers that would only last a short while. But I discovered the best way to get stains out of clothes is a Fels-naptha Bar.

It’s super inexpensive. It’s only 97 cents at Walmart, and one bar lasts me forever!

You can find them in the laundry section at your local stores. Sometimes they are hard to spot because they are so small, but you should be able to find them.

Once you have your Felsnaptha Bar, removing stains is super simple.

The shirt I’m using is one that had a bunch of little stains from the day. It had stains from lunch, snacks, crafts, and playing outside. So I was getting out a bunch of little stains that may be hard to see online, but in person were really noticeable on this white shirt.

First wet the edge of the Fels-naptha Bar and rub on the stain. You may need to dampen the stain on the clothes as well. Rub the bar back and forth on the stain a few times.

Once you have done that, you may start to see the stain fading. If it is a tough stain, you’ll need to rub the clothes together and work up a small lather with the soap.

You’ll start to see the stain disappear. You can rinse it with some water, and then reapply the Felsnaptha Bar on the stained clothing again until the stain is no longer visible.

The Fels-naptha Bar has gotten every single stain out of our clothing. I’ve used it on tomato sauce stains, poopy baby clothes, kool-aid, grass stains, markers, and basically anything my kids find themselves getting into!

I will never use any other stain remover!

You can see by the pictures that I have used almost the entire bar. I keep it on a small tray by my kitchen sink. That way it is easy to get to when I need to use it.

So the next time you have a tough stain to get out of your clothes, grab a Felsnaptha Bar!

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