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Fels Naptha Laundry Bar and Stain Remover, 5 Ounce
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- This will effectively remove poison ivy resin and prevent further outbreak
- Millions of people for over 100 years have been saying, nothing can take the place of my fels-naptha
- Fels-naptha especially works great on stains
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Fels naptha is the golden bar that is excellent for pre treating greasy, oily stains like perspiration stains and ring around the collar. Fels naptha has stood the test of time for over 100 years so you know it really works.
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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
1 bar of soap
1 cup of washing soda
1 cup of borax
Microwave the bar of soap for about a minute so that it balloons (making it easier to process). Alternatively you could grate the bar but then you have larger chunks of soap. Throw the soap, washing soda, and borax in to a food processor and blend away. In less than ten minutes you have homemade laundry powder. It only takes 1-2 Tbl of soap for each load.
Fels Naptha is considered the gold standard for making homemade detergent. I rarely find this soap in the stores (it's only a dollar when I do) so I add this on to an amazon order whenever I need it. I've tried making detergent with ivory and it didn't work as well. The Fels Naptha soap gets my laundry CLEAN (and I have two pets and three kids).
It requires some elbow grease to get them out, but I have removed the most vile stinky, sticky, staining baby poop & the associated stains from clothing with this stuff & some careful scrubbing.
(P.S. NEVER, EVER, feed a baby black beans & then let them wear light clothes. If you give them this stuff, then your baby needs to dress like Johnny Cash for a few days, just in case of a blowout, because the mess is indescribable)
Method I use:
It is very very good, if you use it judiciously & work it into the stained messy clothing. Sometimes once it is in & the clothes are good & wet with warm water, let it sit & break down the stain for a while.
Wet the clothes well.
Remove any solid mess & as much as possible with running water, until you just have the stained patch on the clothes.
Rub the soap bar directly into the clothes until you get a good soapy, slightly foamy (it doesn't foam up much) mix on the clothes.
Rub the clothes together, old fashioned scrubbing style - fold them in half over the stain & rub the stain against the stain, or adjacent fabric & really work the soap into the stain. It will take a few minutes to really get it into the stain.
Rinse & repeat if necessary.
If this is a really stubborn stain, let it sit with the soapy wet fabric for a while, overnight if need be & then rinse, re soap it & run through the washing machine as normal.
I have had pretty much 99% success in removing stains with this soap & method.
It's cheap, easy, and effective.
Seriously, don't bother with tomato juice. Fels is soap, it suds up fast, cuts the odor instantly, rinses out completely and washes down the drain. In 3 minutes your skunk issue is 100% solved. Once your dog is dry, you can bury your nose in its fur and smell nothing but dog fur.
PROS: Perfect skunk solution.
CONS: Your dog might like skunk odor. Apparently mine does.