Monday, September 12, 2016

DIY Natural Products Stain Remover Spray



DIY Natural Products Stain Remover Spray
Written By Renee Arbia




When I was pregnant with Imogen and learned that she had Turner Syndrome (See Imogen’s Birth Story Here) we were presented then with a host of medical issues Imogen could possibly have as a result. One of the things Imogen could have was very sensitive skin and could be allergic to different types of chemicals. All of us in our family have sensitive skin and are bothered by many chemicals so I simply assume this may be something we must be watchful for. We are very careful with what we use and pay attention to what ingredients go into products. I decided to stock up on our DIY Natural Products in our home with the impending arrival of Imogen. A newborn is so sensitive anyway and with her maybe having an extra allergy to something we decided we would at least start her off with the least amount of ingredients and chemicals to be able to slowly introduce things at a time. It was easy to make DIY Natural Product cleaners. However, soaps and detergents take a little longer to make the perfect recipe combination. I find you may need specific ingredients for specific things you are cleaning.



I really love our DIY Natural Products Laundry Detergent, but with a new baby, an active four year old, a dog and two cats we really need something that is tough on stains, particularly laundry stains, but any stain remover would be helpful. After months of testing out different recipes this is our favorite for ALL STAINS! We have found it works on poop, blood, vomit, spit up, any type of food for the most part, markers, pens, mystery stains, old stains, and stubborn stains. It works on clothes, bedding, rugs, and most upholstery. We are very impressed with how easy, cheap and well this works. Feel free to test it out and let me know if you find something it does not work on.

Stain Remover Spray

-          Fill a spray bottle with 1 part liquid Castile Soap and 2 parts Hydrogen Peroxide. Shake well before each use.

This works best if you spray on the stain, scrub it in a little and leave it on for at least 5 minutes before washing.



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