One of her children had done just that -- thoroughly enjoyed some peaches they received, so much that she had stained several of her shirts with peach juice.
She tried several very common stain fighting techniques -- pretreating with a laundry pretreater, Oxiclean, and even bleaching the clothes, but the stain remained.
She even dried the clothing in the dryer several times after trying to remove the stains -- so the stains were clearly well set after that.
This is what she did to get out those peach juice stains from her daughter's clothes:
Step 1: Create a solution of warm water and one tablespoon of dishwasher detergent into a tub.
Step 2: Soak the stained clothing overnight in the tub (she in fact soaked even longer -- 36 hours).
Step 3: Wash as usual.
So, has this worked for anyone else? Have you used the dishwasher detergent solution on any other food stains with luck?
Has this method instead of removing the stain ruined your clothes?
I'd love to hear from you, sharing your uses for dishwasher detergent for cleaning and stain removal in your home. You can share your dishwashing detergent uses here, or read even more ways people have used this product for cleaning and removing stains in their home, for uses other than cleaning their dishes.
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CAUTION: This website is provided for informational purposes only. It is provided as is, without warranties or guarantees. Some stains and messes just won't come out, and are permanent. Further, some cleaning methods can harm your item, so if what you want to clean or launder is sentimental or expensive call a professional. See disclaimer of liability for more information.