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All stains!!!

by Sharon
(Keystone, Florida, USA)

Window Cleaner!!! The cleaner of all stains! Did you know it cuts grease, cleans blood, cleans carpet stains and more??? Even your everyday laundry stains.
Spray the laundry stain before putting into the washer
you can scrub it if you want to but I don't it always works! Use your normal cycle of washing and drying too. Be careful some fabric's may not work as well or may stain more. Testing on things is a way to learn its use.

For Carpet stains ... spray on the stain and sponge the stain out with paper towels or a sponge!
Be careful if it is the blue cleaner because until the carpet is washed at the next cleaning it will leave a slightly blue stain from the window cleaner color. But the old stain will be gone.
For Blood stains ... spray on and dab off with paper towels, this removes stains from counters, walls, carpets too. (good for stains on the front seat of your car.
For coka cola stains or juice stains ... spray on and leave on for a few minutes then dab off with a paper towel.
Clean all your counters, appliances, walls even.
It is the one cleaner that is not spoke of enough and costs penny's less than most hard chemical removers do!
So if you have a stain try it! I have on just about every stain there is and it always seems to work, although some stains are harder to remove than others. But a little hard elbow grease and it works!

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Jul 09, 2008
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All Stains-Window Cleaner
by: Anonymous

Your article was great. I was wondering is there a certain brand of window cleaner that works quicker on removing stains?

Jul 08, 2008
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Windex
by: Anonymous

I never knew that about window cleaner. That is good to know. I would never have thought that this wouold get stains out. thanks

Jul 06, 2008
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WINDOW CLEANER
by: Anonymous

I have heard of this type of cleaning quite a bit, but have been too afraid to try. I have been told window cleaner works on most everything and will now definetely give this a try on all my stains.

Jul 06, 2008
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Never Tried this one
by: Anonymous

I will try this one for stains. But something else that works well is Perxoide it works great and doesn't leave marks of anykind on anything.

Jul 06, 2008
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Great Idea
by: Anonymous

I have always thought that window cleaner was great because it gets the dirtiest windows clean, but I never thought about using window cleaner on clothing or carpet. This is a wonderful idea and I'm so glad that I came across your tip - I'm definitely going to use window cleaner the next time I have a stain! Thanks!


Jul 03, 2008
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Oh! This is a multipurpose stain remover
by: Anonymous

Definitely, this is the best in the market today as it can remove all stains as stated. I generally used to throw away the clothes. I used many stain removers at the start, but they were of very little use. I don't want to mention their names but "Window Cleaner" is really the cleaner of all stains as you suggest. I really feel it has a multipurpose use, as it can be used to remove any type of stain in this world.

Jul 03, 2008
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I use this all of the time
by: Angela

Who would have guessed that window cleaner is so versatile? I never would have -- my husband showed me this tip years ago when we first moved into an apartment together. We always have several different bottles around because it works for everything. (Am I the only one who thought of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" when I read this tip?)

Jul 02, 2008
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Saved My Favorite Shirt
by: Anonymous

I ruined (well I thought) I did my favorite shirt, pink ruffly top - liquid pen stain. I was able to take it out with Windex. So ecstatic for this suggestion!

Jul 02, 2008
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Leave residue?
by: YYY1

My window cleaner is blue, will it leave a blue tint on the clothing?

Jun 27, 2008
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OMG!!
by: Anonymous

Omg what a wonderful Idea! I would never have thought of this. I just trid it on a jelly stain and it works!! Great budget idea, cause you are right it does cost much less!

Jun 24, 2008
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Glass and stain remover
by: Anonymous

Never would have thought to use window/glass cleaner for clothing stains. It works great and at a lower cost than the laundry brands. I have used it to remove dye from hands and surfaces.

Jun 22, 2008
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Window Cleaner YES!
by: Anonymous

Window Cleaner YES! The other day I was out of a particular stain remover, and I just grabbed my window cleaner as a last resort. Well, it worked on the pet stain!

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