DIY Laundry Stain Remover that works and is very inexpensive to make. It even washes off ink from the pen, and perfect to use on oily spots on clothing.

Grease Stain Removal (DIY)

My dear friends and everyone who stopped by to visit – welcome! I would like to bless you with a wonderful “Do-It-Yourself Laundry Stain Remover”. This stain remove actually works!

It will take lots of stress off your shoulders and will bring you peace and confidence even in most messy situations in regards the stains just as it did for me.

This stain remover is a great, natural way to wash off – especially oily stains off the clothing. To my surprise even some of the store bought stain removers don’t work as well as this one. Plus that the store bought stain removers are loaded with harmful chemicals.

I am using this one over and over again, and am very thrilled about it. I always have it on hand.

Things you need:

DIY laundry stain remover that actually works! I wish I knew about this one sooner...
  • Hydrogen Peroxide – 2 parts
  • Dishwashing soap – 1 part (preferably that has very light color or no color in it)
  • Nontransparent spraying bottle – (to keep Hydrogen Peroxide’s full strength)
  • Baking Soda – (optional) – used on top of the sprayed solution and scrubbed with a brush


*You might want to wear gloves if you need to hand-wash something for a prolonged period of time as it may dry your hands. 

How To:

  • Mix hydrogen peroxide and a dishwashing soap in a nontransparent bottle (I used one from Hydrogen Peroxide). *Hydrogen Peroxide doesn’t loose its strength when kept away from light. 
  • Shake every time before spraying.
  • Use it on any fabric, any color.
  • Let sit for about 15 minutes for best results especially if it’s a tough stain.
  • If you happen to have a stubborn stain that still does not want to go away, add baking soda to the sprayed area and rub it with a brush (an old tooth brush is an option).

*If you have trouble eliminating the sweat odor out of the garment with this laundry stain remover try “Vinegar”. Spray or pour some of it on the area and wait for about 15 minutes, then wash that garment in a washing machine as usual. The tougher the stain, the longer it needs to stay in vinegar.

*If you choose to make this laundry stain remover in a bottle from Hydrogen Peroxide making a name tag for it is important so you don’t use it accidentally on a wound.

*To save you a trip to the store you may order Hydrogen Peroxide and Dishwashing Soap on Amazon.

“As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.”

My experience:

One time I have been giving a presentation with my dear cousin Anna on a “More Than A Mom” event. Our topic was “cleaning tips” and she talked about this laundry stain remover that works.

After hearing this information, I didn’t have to wait long in making it because I already needed to use it. 🙂

There was an instance when I bought my son brand new shoes. He tried them on, and went outside in them, then came back and told me they felt too tight on him? I decided to go and exchange the shoes to the bigger size. If not for this laundry stain remover I would not be able to do so as the soles of the shoes were not as white anymore! I tried to scrub it with a brush and soap, but that was unsuccessful.

What a perfect moment it was for me to try that laundry stain remover! I sprayed it on the soles and left alone for about 15 minutes just as instructions asked. Sure enough, it cleaned the soles of the shoes so good they looked like they just came right out of the box, with a very little effort from my side.

I was successfully able to exchange my sons shoes to the size needed. 

Here is what I had success in washing off:

  • Grease/Oily spots  
  • Grey/Black dirt off the shoes
  • Ball pen
  • Pencil
  • Any “Red Berry” juice
  • Slime
  • Play Dough
  • Dogs pee – from the carpet (it leaves no smell by the way)
  • Greasy stove top
  • Dirty kitchen towels

There you got it! In place of throwing your favorite garment away, because of the stain, you can now save it and continue joyfully wearing it. 

*Things will keep adding to the list above as time goes on and I try to wash off a wider variety of stains. 

*I would love to hear from you of the stains that you were able to wash off and stains that you were not able to wash off!

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