helpfully hints around the house

@RobinJ (2501)
Canada
February 14, 2007 9:28pm CST
Hi, Everybody. one more time a saved a favorite piece of clothing with a bar of sunlight soap. I do not very often promote a product but this is something that should be in every laundry room in the world. First and fore most is is the BEST grease and oily substance remover bar none. My niece came over and ran her jacket through my washer and dryer, she didn't clean out the pockets and there was a tube of lipstick in the pocket, in the dryer it came out of the pocket, as well as came open and melted on to a load of laundry and the inside of my dryer so several loads were contaminated, I wiped out the dryer as best I could. and rewashed the lipstick cloths, as soon as they were wet I rubbed sunlight soap on the lipstick stain and let them all go through the wash cycle. not one bit of the lipstick was left, so I dried as usual. also sunlight bar is great on food stains that have an oil base or tomato base. both these can and do ruin cloths, Two bars of sunlight soap cost about $3.45 Canadian. and are worth their weight in gold. I keep a bar on the shelf above the washer and on in the cu board in the kitchen to remove stains from the counter top.It is worth a try to use. before throwing some thing away as ruined because of stains.
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@soldenski (2504)
• United States
15 Feb 07
I don't think I have ever heard of this soap. I wonder if it is sold in the United States? Anyway's thanks for the tip, I have a teenage daughter that alway's leave's "stuff" in her clothes.
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@RobinJ (2501)
• Canada
16 Feb 07
I am not sure if it is sold in the states, but next time you go to the grocery store and go down the laundry detergents isle look for a blue and yellow package with 2 bars of soap in it this is the one I am talking about sorry I can't remember who makes Sunlight Soap Regards Robin