Washing

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Washing

Postby san76 » Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:56 am

Hi, everyone out there,

Here is a easy / tough task.

My son's is wearing white uniform to sch. The collar is always dirty and stain. Anyone has any idea to remove it?

I wash it everyday, bleached it, scrub it but still there is a stain. Before the washing, I will soak it.

Thank for the idea. :?:

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Postby mintcc » Thu Mar 19, 2009 11:45 am

when I was in school, that happens too... usually dynamo on the collar for a while followed by scrubbing does the trick.

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Postby san76 » Thu Mar 19, 2009 12:06 pm

Dear Mincy,

I tried but still cant. I wet the shirt, coat the collar with dynamo then leave it for a while then soak into a pail of diluted washing detergent with bleach. Then scrub with soft brush. Cant work. Any other idea? Use Vanish also cant.

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Postby loyhuieng » Thu Mar 19, 2009 12:13 pm

You can try Amway Pre-Wash Spray. Have you heard of it? You just need to spray it on the collar and then soak it together with other clothings or just throw it into the washing machine. The stain will just come off without having to scrub on it.[/quote]

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Postby mintcc » Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:42 pm

what I did is to scrub with the Dynamo staill on the collar. Did not sock it in bleach though. But if using bleach why not try using the bleach on the collar and scrub if the shirt is white should not be a problem. Protect your hands with gloves though... beach is very damagin on the skin.

Have not tried heard of Amyway Pre-Wash Spray but it sounds amazing.

another thing you might want to try is Baking soda ...

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Postby san76 » Thu Mar 19, 2009 2:37 pm

Yah right, I should try the Amyway one. It sound good. Will go and buy with my friends. Thank you very much. I scrub and soak till I give up. Dont understand why boys are so playful and collar so dirty.

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Postby buds » Thu Mar 19, 2009 3:22 pm

VANISH works for us.
Short soaking time.
Try with those dirty
caps first if you're
not a believer... :wink:

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Postby Mummyprincess » Thu Mar 19, 2009 4:15 pm

May I know where can I buy the Amway Pre-Wash Spray? :roll:

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Postby loyhuieng » Thu Mar 19, 2009 4:37 pm

you must be a member in order to place order. or if you have friends who is a member, you can ask them to help you to order. you can go to the website www.amway2u.com to know more about the prewash spray. after you go into the website, click on shopping, home care, laundry care and look into Item no 5 which shows Amway Prewash Laundry Spray. if you have no one to help you to order, you can let me know and i might help. by the way, which area did you stay?

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Postby Mummyprincess » Thu Mar 19, 2009 4:47 pm

Hi, I stay at east side, hw about u? Thks for your info, I will check up the website. :D

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