It happens to all of us to have some stain that won’t come out. No matter what we do and for how long we try the stain is just stubborn and won’t come out.

We buy all that fancy brand names cleaners, spend money and without effect.

But we have found a very easy and super effective recipe for stain removal, and would like to share with you.



Needed ingredients:

  • Blue Dawn dish soap
  • Baking soda
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Spray bottle
  • Storage container


Step One

Take one part dish soap and two parts hydrogen peroxide and make mixture in a bottle. You can use spray bottle or mustard bottle is good for application.

Step Two

In the mixture add one or two tablespoons of baking soda depending on what kind the mixture is. If is too thin add more baking soda, if it’s too thick add some hydrogen peroxide.

Step Three

Spray/ pour the mix onto your stain and gently scrub using a toothbrush.

Step Four

You should turn the article of clothing over and rehash the last step on the other side of the stain.

Step Five

Leave the cleaner to stay for at least an hour. If it is a really tough stain, you can leave it to stay even longer.

Step Six

Put the clothes in the washing machine as you do normally start the washing process according you the clothes’ label. After you remove it from the wash, make sure the stain has been uprooted. If it has not been uprooted, you should repeat the process.

Step Seven

Put your clothing in the dryer or on a drying rack.

Step Eight

In a case you have left form the mixture, you just store it in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.


This mixture is already proven to be successful from other people.. For example, this pair of shorts was caked with mud during a hike. The family used this stain remover on them. After that they came out looking fabulous!

Other uses

There are plenty of other uses for these household ingredients, especially hydrogen peroxide. This product is able to get rid of mold buildup under your sink; clean your toothbrush bristles, and even replaces regular cleaners used on household surfaces, like countertops and fridge shelves.

Why spent money on expensive hundreds of different cleaning products when we have the nature and homemade preparation to serve us.