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Laundry 101~Help Needed~!

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Laundry 101~Help Needed~!

Postby myturn07 » Sun Feb 22, 2009 12:25 pm

OK, got a problem, I am getting fabric softener stains on clothes!!! What's up with that? I put the fabric softener in the dispenser and follow with a cap full of water behind it.

Nice bluish stains on DHs khaki pants, dark blotches all over a pair of my charcoal slacks, splotches on a teal sweater.....I have treated and rubbed and rewashed my sweater and pants...STILL THERE!!

How do I get this out? And better yet, why is it happening? Guess I need to start buying the die free kind ....... maybe? Of course, that would still leave some sort of "mark" :?

We actually swithed to dryer sheets for a while, might just go back, but I love my liquid Downey :cry:
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Postby Barbiewannabee » Mon Feb 23, 2009 5:31 am

A couple links, also a cut and paste. Hope it helps.

I always put my fabric softener in after the rinse cycle was full. Other than this I have no idea? Maybe it has something to do with the concentration. I'm brainstorming.



http://home.howstuffworks.com/how-to-re ... stains.htm


Fabric Softener Stains - Moisten stain and rub with bar soap. Rinse, then launder. If stain remains, sponge area with rubbing alcohol. Rinse thoroughly and re-launder.

These greasy-looking marks usually can be removed from washable fabrics. First, wet the garment and rub a bit of liquid laundry detergent or a bar of white soap into the stained area. Then wash using the hottest water that's safe for the fabric. Before placing the garment in the dryer, check to make sure the stains are gone, because high heat could set them.
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Re: Laundry 101~Help Needed~!

Postby helgajones » Thu May 21, 2015 1:15 am

Hi to both of you. I think that you might have mixed some of your clothes that might have caused the discoloration. I think that you should also change the brand of the fabric conditioner that you are using. Hope I can help. Have a nice day. :D :wink:
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Postby ullahello » Fri Sep 11, 2015 8:56 pm

Barbiewannabee wrote:A couple links, also a cut and paste. Hope it helps.

I always put my fabric softener in after the rinse cycle was full. Other than this I have no idea? Maybe it has something to do with the concentration. I'm brainstorming.



http://home.howstuffworks.com/how-to-re ... stains.htmlink


Fabric Softener Stains - Moisten stain and rub with bar soap. Rinse, then launder. If stain remains, sponge area with rubbing alcohol. Rinse thoroughly and re-launder.

These greasy-looking marks usually can be removed from washable fabrics. First, wet the garment and rub a bit of liquid laundry detergent or a bar of white soap into the stained area. Then wash using the hottest water that's safe for the fabric. Before placing the garment in the dryer, check to make sure the stains are gone, because high heat could set them.


I agree .These greasy-looking marks usually can be removed from washable fabrics.
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