Natural Stain Removers for Clothes
June 14th, 2014
I can’t help but secretly love the look and smell of clean laundry! (You know you love it too!) Believe it or not all those clean clothes and folded fluffy towels feels like a huge accomplishment, not to mention the thrill of getting out a tough stain. While the look of clean laundry is irresistible, the chemicals that make up conventional detergents and stain removers are something we can all live without. Finding a natural solution for fighting stains feels a bit like winning the lottery. Take a look below at some options for natural stain removers for clothes and let’s take going green to another level.
Go DIY with this natural spot remover that uses water, liquid castile soap, vegetable glycerin and essential oils.
For those super tough to remove stains, this natural bleach alternative uses hydrogen peroxide, water and lemon juice to get the job done.
Want to get the amazing effects of Oxyclean, but without all the chemicals? Water, hydrogen peroxide and baking soda will get the job done.
How about a natural stain remover that gets the job done no matter what the fabric or type of stain? Try this combo: baking soda, white vinegar and water.
There are so many powerful stain removal solutions out there, but choosing to go natural even in your laundry routine is one of the best and easiest ways to go green. Between the layers of unnecessary packaging to the harmful chemicals that shouldn’t be making daily contact with our skin, conventional stain solutions are easily avoidable when there’s a host of natural and DIY answers out there.
Do you have any less harmful laundry solutions that you want to share?