Oxi Clean Laundry

The only thing I know that can turn this

into this

is this.

oxi-clean

Get yourself a bucket of Oxi Clean. For all matters of filthiness, and stains both new and old, soak the offending garment in Oxi Clean for a day or two.  Wash as usual (I used my homemade laundry soap).

And now my little guy can get back to work. “Nothing Runs Like a (clean) Deere!”

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Comments

  1. So it really works, huh? I have yet to EVER use Oxiclean. I think I’m behind the times.

    I thought I’d read that your homemade detergent wasn’t really working at all. Are you still using it?

  2. Just like new!

    I used to use OxiClean all the time when we had a Sam’s membership. Now we live on Shout.

    Is your detergent working for you then?

  3. I am so jealous of everyones homemade laundry detergent. I have searched high and low to find Washing soda and it is no where to be found! I have never used OxiClean, but I think I’ll definitely check it out when my son gets older. You little one is too cute- clean or dirty!

  4. Wow! That really is amazing! My husband and I aren’t quite that rough on our clothes but I have a feeling it will become a staple once we have kids! :)Thanks for sharing this bit of advice!!

  5. I hear you. That stuff is magic:-)

  6. I love Oxi Clean as well. I had white silk and cotton baptism outfits that had been handed down for generations that I wanted to use for my twins. They were all yellow and had spit-up stains. Soaked them in Oxi-Clean for a day and they were bright white and beautiful. It’s like magic. Doesn’t work too well on oil-based stains, though…

  7. I know what you mean. Now that I have a toddler I buy the BIG box of OxiClean at Costco.

  8. Kimberly Foster says:

    I find washing soda only at walmarts. I saw a recipe too, where you can add the oxi clean right in to the homemade laundry detergent and it works out great. I havent made my own in a little while, but planning on it once I get it all purchased at the same time!!

  9. The no-scent Oxiclean works well removing labels from food jars. We just let it soak in the sink for a couple of hours. It really is great stuff. :)

  10. Michelle @ Sweet Something says:

    This is so cute! I saved one of my favorite sweaters with Oxi-clean after my husbands attempt @ laundry. :)

  11. I make a paste of OxiClean and apply it directly to the stain and let it sit a day or two. Works great. But I’ve never really soaked for all-over dirty. Think I’ll give it a try!

  12. Ooooh, you are speaking my language! I love Oxiclean powder and spray. I have been able to get out some bad stains.
    Great TILT!

  13. Like Joy, I have yet to try Oxi-Clean. One of these days I’ll have to do that.

  14. Ha ha ha! That’s right…nothing runs like a (clean) Deere!

  15. Nothing any cuter either! Biz is my secret laundry weapon! Just threw a 30 yr old unprotected wedding dress in a bathtub with Biz and presto chango!

  16. Also my fav soaker! I’ve been too afraid to soak for days, but if it didn’t hurt the yellow shirt… Thanks for the post!

  17. I haven’t had much luck with oxi clean, but I only left items for 6 or 8 hours. Maybe I should try it longer?

  18. I hope Oxi Clean paid you BIG bucks for this post. Those “before” and “after” shots are perfect!

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