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Getting stains out of white polo shirts.

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DeathMetalMum Wed 16-Dec-15 15:24:47

A few of dd's shirts have got some stains on them (mostly tomato based pasta sauces) and I'm struggling to get rid of them she has eczema so I prefer a pre-treatment rather than in the machine itself.

I usually rely on line drying and the sun, but we don't seem to have many opportunities for that at the moment!

dementedpixie Wed 16-Dec-15 16:54:08

I normally rub washing up liquid into the stain before washing. Those laundry soap bars are normally quite good too. Give a scrub with a little water and whatever pre treatment you use. I use bio powder too as the enzymes help remove stains plus powders contain bleaches that also help

BoffinMum Wed 16-Dec-15 23:05:19

The easiest way is to buy a cheap bottle of thin bleach and follow the dilution instructions on the bottle, soaking the polo shirts overnight, and then put them through a hot wash with non-bio powder and an extra rinse cycle to make sure everything is rinsed out. DD has eczema and this used to work for hers.

rabbit123 Thu 17-Dec-15 00:28:29

As much as eczema sufferers won't like this, biological washing powder will help. It has protease in it which will break down the stain. One option is to wash or pre-soak in bio and then wash as normal with your normal detergent.

HomeandAbout Fri 18-Dec-15 14:46:46

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P1nkP0ppy Fri 18-Dec-15 15:28:50

Stain Devils are brilliant for getting virtually any stain out.
Try Vanish?

CMOTDibbler Fri 18-Dec-15 15:33:50

A good soak in Napisan will bring them up beautifully

MrsMook Tue 22-Dec-15 17:34:39

The washing line will work if you're very patient!

willfuckformichilenstarfood Fri 25-Dec-15 00:32:34

Just use a cotton bud with diluted bleach on the stain itself. This is what I do with DH as he is messier than DD grin

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