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Natural Stain Remover

Nature's Miracle Stain & Odor Remover, Lavender Scent, 32-Ounce Spray (5385)

$7.99
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  • The ultimate natural stain remover. Works wonders (and is safe) on cloth diapers and mama pads! Simply wet the stick, rub it on the stain and then launder as usual.

    Just like with , I know that I have not covered every green and natural stain removal option out there, so I would love to have you all share your experience with getting stains out naturally and what works best for you!

  • Buncha Farmers All Natural Stain Remover works wonders on grass, red wine, ketchup, blood, grease, underarm stains, and so much more. Even the most stubborn stains are washed away. This potent and highly effective stain remover is made with all-natural, biodegradable ingredients, and enhanced with borax to soften the water and aid the cleaning process. No artificial dyes or perfumes, just the fresh, clean scent of natural Eucalyptus* and the deodorizing power of Litsea. Color safe and hypoallergenic.

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  • I was just talking to a good friend of mine last night about natural stain removers! She had asked what I used, since I use a homemade laundry detergent, and I told her I didn’t use anything (because I don’t!). But I’m weeks away from having my first child and I know stains are going to become a very regular part of my life. So this was 100% timely and you better believe I directed her to your blog! Now we’ll both have a wonderful resource for natural stain removers.

Green and Natural Stain Removal

Stay on top of spills and stains to ensure they don't set or spread. Scrape up solid bits; if the spilled substance has dried, vacuum the area before applying a stain remover. Blot spills with a clean white towel to absorb staining material. Never scrub the carpet surface or pour liquid directly onto the stain—both may spread the stain. Lightly spray stains with your natural stain remover and blot with a dampened towel, working from the stain's outer edges toward the center to prevent spreading.