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How to clean sweat and urine stains from a mattress with just 3 ingredients. This really worked, I thought my mattress was ruined, then I tried this and it looks clean again. Not brand new, but like new, for sure! 8 oz hydrogen peroxide, 3 tbs baking soda, 1 drop dish soap. *not my photo- from Rudyfamilyruckus.com* http://www.rudyfamilyrukus.com/2013/02/how-to-get-urinesweat-stains-out-of.html
How To: 9 DIY Ways to Remove Sweat Stains from Clothes
Removing those unsightly stains is easier than you think with the help of natural ingredients that will leave that article of clothing looking fresh. And this eco-friendly cleaning solution costs basically nothing, which means the money you save on dry cleaning can go toward an indulgent coffee at your favorite spot.
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