What can I do to these scrub stains? Help Me!!!! - page 5

Omg, My first HELP ME!!!! Post. My wife is gone to visit her sister in NC, while I stay here and toil on this assignment. She is Sooooooooo Amazing at getting out stains from my scrubs. I... Read More

  1. Visit  nursel56 profile page
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    Quote from SCnurse2010
    I was referring to the Rit white; if it can be used on all fabrics. I know better than to use bleach!
    OK sorry I misunderstood you!
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  2. Visit  BostonTerrierLoverRN profile page
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    Just wanted to add that "Rit" is awesome, I did that during school, but couldn't find it out here. It got everything white as the day I purchased them.
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  3. Visit  Vanilla101 profile page
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    For an extra whitening boost, use blueing. It's in the laundry section at the supermarket, look for it carefully, it's one of those things that's hidden away and there are usually only about three bottles. Follow the directions CAREFULLY!
  4. Visit  jdrushal profile page
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    My husband used to detail cars. Now, he's retired, so he does laundry, washes dishes, cleans house, etc. For any fabric stains (clothes, furniture, carpet), he uses an automotive degreaser called "Purple Power" and Resolve stain remover. Purple Power is available at O'Reilly's. It's a 3-step process: full strength laundry soap plus Purple Power, Resolve stain remover, and if it's bleachable, a little of that too. It works for everything from stained scrubs to pet stains on the carpet.
  5. Visit  applewhitern profile page
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    I didn't read all the posts, so forgive me if this is a repeat. I add 1/2 to 1 cup Borax to all my wash loads. I have noticed everything looking cleaner and whiter since I started doing this.

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