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Dial Corp. 04303 Fels-Naptha Laundry Bar Soap

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  • 100 Years of Quality and Reliability
  • Laundry Stain Remover - Great on Whites!
  • Make your own Laundry Detergent - Recipe Available
  • Removes Poison ivy resin from skin and clothing
  • 5.5 ounce bar
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Product Description

Heavy duty laundry bar soap. Used for pretreating greasy, oily stains like perspiration stains and ring around the collar. It is an effective soil and stain remover. Ideal for prewash spotting. 1 of a kind product nothing else like it. It can be used fo

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  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 2.2 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001B32NVO
  • Item model number: 04303
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,507 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Great for stain removal.
Lee Myers
They have a laundry detergent you can make using the Fels Naptha soap.
G. Holbrook
Buy it at any local walmart for 97 cents!
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181 of 184 people found the following review helpful By R. Gough on February 4, 2008
I just tried this in a recipe for home made laundry detergent

1 bar Fels Naptha grated/shredded
1 cup A&H SUPER WASH SODA 55 OZ
1 cup Dial #00368 76OZ 20 Mule Team Borax

mix all ingredients and store in a air tight container and use 2 tablespoons at a time.

It got the cloths clean and left them bright and fluffy. leaves no scent. It does not suds up but it does work
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162 of 165 people found the following review helpful By Slamont on June 18, 2007
Fels-Naptha is the most amazing spot cleaner I have found and it's easy to use! It takes out grass stains, very oily stains, ring around the collar and even orange soda pop that has been on a t-shirt for 2 weeks. Just wet the problem spot and rub the wet soap bar into the bad stain. Once you have the spot all lathered up, rub the fabric too, like how the old fashioned scrub board was used. Throw the clothing in the washing machine. Remember heat sets the stain, so don't put the item in the dryer until you make sure the stain is really gone. Really bad items like fabric yellowed by age may take 2 treatments. I buy some really nice clothes at garage sales and thrift stores then treat the spots with Fels Naptha. It helps me have a fabulous wardrobe I wouldn't buy otherwise. This soap even works on silk. I find breaking the bar in half helps make it easier to use. I hope they make this soap forever!
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107 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Geek on January 10, 2009
As other reviewers have said, this is a great spot treatment. However, they're working too hard! I just put a bar in a pitcher with hot tap water and let it dissolve as much as it will, to create a saturated solution. I use an old toothbrush and this solution for spot treating, and I pour 1-4oz of this liquid soap into the washing machine as a great detergent substitute! (I also add 1 T. of washing soda + Borax combined)

It's cheap, easy, and effective.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By toolsa on August 26, 2012
[[EDITED 04/27/2013 ADDED ANOTHER TIP TO THE BOTTOM REVIEW]]

My grandmother turned me on to Fels Naphta when I bought my new home about 20 years ago.
She gave me this recipe (see below) that she has used forever. I adopted and adapted the recipe, tweaked it a little over the years and have saved untold amounts of money. It's not hard to create your own laundry soap. I only have to make it with this recipe about every six months. Despite what the fancy LG and other related clothes washer manufacturers tell you, you don't have to buy $20 laundry soap for their machines. If you're interested, here's the recipe my grandma gave me!
ps.. lucky me.. I found 50 bars of Fels Naphta at a grocery store in a "bargain bin" many years ago for... are you ready? 25 cents a bar! :) Set for life...

Needed:
1 bar Fels Naphta Dial Corp. 04303 Fels-Naptha Laundry Bar Soap
1 bar plain Ivory Bath Soap Ivory Original Bar Soap, 16 Count
2 cups Borax Twenty Mule Team Natural Laundry Booster & Multi-Purpose Cleaner-76 oz.
2 cups Super Washing Soda 2 Boxes (55oz ea) Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda Detergent Booster & Household Cleaner (NOT baking soda)
5 gallon plastic bucket with lid (MUST be plastic!
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Lindsay Briggs on January 28, 2012
A few other reviews have mentioned using fels naptha with their homemade laundry detergent. We started using this about 6 months ago to make it and we LOVE it. Gets our clothes clean, has a light, natural smell and is much cheaper than commercial brand products (depending on where you buy it).

The fels naptha provides the "stain removing" power of the soap.

Here is the recipe:

1 bar of fels naptha - grated
1 cup of 20 Mule Team Borax
1 cup of Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda

If you buy the 55 oz. Washing Soda it will make 6 batches of the homemade detergent (for which you would need 6 bars of fels naptha & 1 76 oz. box of Borax). We use 1 tbsp. of the mix per laundry load and feel like it does a great job. One of our friends only uses 1/2 tbsp. but we feel like that is really cutting it low.

Unfortunately the Amazon purchase of these products seems to be much higher than several other company's price points. We subsequently found the products cheaper on DrugStore.com (and found an online coupon for $5 off & free shipping!), and the other day notice our local Walmart sells them even cheaper than DrugStore.com. Using the prices at Walmart we can make the detergent for less than $0.05 a load! Using the Drugstore.com prices it was around $0.073 a load and a bit higher with Amazon prices.
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57 of 65 people found the following review helpful By V. Templeton on July 22, 2009
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My Grandmother used to soap us up with the lather from Fels Naptha when we caught poison ivy when I was a child. As an adult I suffered through all the more modern treatments in the drug store and even Bert's Bees Poison Ivy Soap, but nothing really worked on the nasty strain I have in my area. I caught PI again this year and decided to go back to the old fashioned remedy. It was wonderful. It dried the rash up very fast and stopped the infernal itching. I just made a lather in the shower and let it sit on my skin for a few minutes 2x per day.

I also used it on the clothes that were exposed to the Poison Ivy plant. The oils from the plant will stay with the clothing unless they are washed with a strong grease cutter. This soap does the job well.

WATCH THE PRICE: I bought my soap on Amazon for $4.99 per bar, and then found it in my local hardware store (in the cleaning supply isle) for $1.29 per bar.
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