Miracle Fabric Cleaner

DIY Miracle Fabric Cleaner!

Okay have any of you out there tried this homemade Miracle Fabric Cleaner?!  It really is what it says!  I don’t where I have been all of my life, but this stuff is wonderful!! :)DSC_0788I have tried it on stains and they came right out.  I have even tried it on old stains that have already been laundered and dried and the stains still came out!  My husband has a white dress shirt that had some kind of black grease or tar on the sleeve (where do you get these kind of stains in a white dress shirt??) anyway, this shirt got washed before I knew that it was there and so I decided to try this miracle stuff on it and guess what…it came out.  I did have to apply the cleaner twice to get it completely out, but it all came out!  I am totally sold on this!  It is so easy and inexpensive to make and it really does work wonders.Miracle Fabric Cleaner

The recipe for homemade Miracle Fabric Cleaner

1 part blue Dawn dishwashing liquid

2 parts hydrogen peroxide

Mix and pour or spray directly on stain, launder  as usual and watch it miraculously disappear.

I am always getting grease spots right down the front of me and before discovering this Miracle Spray, I would have had to use the shirt for a paint or cleaning shirt or ban it to the rags drawer!  Now my shirts look like new again!  It works great on set in grease, yellow arm pit stains, chocolate, blood and tire grease!

If you are worried about a really tough stain, you can use an old toothbrush and scrub the stain remover into the fabric.  You can also sprinkle with a little baking soda to make a paste for a little extra scrubbing power, let it sit about an hour before washing.

As with any stain removers, you will want to do a spot test, but if it’s an garment that’s already ruined because of the stain, what do you have to loose?

I  also tried this on a tough stain in my tile grout and it lightened it up quite a bit! I need to apply it again, but I have heard that others have used this Miracle Cleaner on carpet, upholstery, and many other places around the house with great success!

Have any of you used this Miracle cleaner?  What have the results been?  I would love to hear what ways you have used it and what your results have been!

If you like the miracle cleaner you might also want to try this DIY Fabric Softener.DSC_0048It is another inexpensive solution for your laundry needs.

Now, if someone would just come up with a way so that we did not need to do any laundry…think of how much more time you would have in your day!

But until they do…here are a couple of DIY things for you to try to make your laundry day easier!

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20 thoughts on “DIY Miracle Fabric Cleaner!

  1. You are so kind to share this recipe with us. I am looking forward to trying it on all of the grease stains that don’t show up until after the item has been laundered. I lose a lot of shirts that way!
    Thanks again.

  2. You just keep on inspiring me….I certainly will try these products….they seem to always work better than the store bought ones…Thanks again for sharing your finds….you are the best!

    1. Roswitha, I hope that you will like this cleaner as much as I have. I keep trying it out on different things and it still continues to amaze me! Thanks for your kind comment, I always love hearing from you!

  3. Thanks for sharing both of these recipes. I am hoping the miracle
    stain remover works on the arm of my sofa. I have sort of a dingey
    area and think it might be from body oils, and have even thought of trying a lil teeny bit of the blue dawn,
    but was a lil afraid to do it,. Supposedly the fabric is dry clean only,
    but just now thought about the fact, that once we spilled a whole cup of coffee on it, and just poured clear water on it and sucked it up with the shop vac and it worked great and never
    hurt the fabric in any way, so might just do the same after trying this, I can clean it and then spray some clear water to rinse it and then suck the water out with the shop vac again.
    Excited to try this……..
    Blessings, Nellie

    1. Danielle, thanks for the shout out. I hope this works great for you. I use it on more than just laundry and it always seems to do a great job!

    1. Reese, You mix one part blue Dawn to 2 parts peroxide. So you could do 1 cup Dawn and 2 cups peroxide, or any amount…You just have to keep the proportions right.

  4. I want to try this so bad on my couch it’s driving me crazy with its stains but I’m not understanding how much of blue dawn and peroxide I use ?

    1. Zuly, It is one part blue Dawn to 2 parts peroxide. So you can use one cup of Dawn and two cups of peroxide. Or you can use 1/2 cup dawn and 1 cup peroxide, or any other measurements that equal one part dawn to two parts peroxide. Make sure you test it first on an inconspicuous place before doing all the stains on the couch!

  5. I just purchased two tshirts that fit perfectly (what are the chance of that happening?) and wouldn’t you know it? Yep, got those pesky grease stains right down the front of each. I was going to pick up some of that ridiculously expensive stain remover, but I know my mom was always a big believer in using dish soap to remove stains on clothing. The peroxide would, I imagine, work as a “booster”. I already have the Dawn and peroxide, so I’m going to go play chemist and mix up a batch. Thanks for your post!

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