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Fels naptha is the golden bar that is excellent for pre treating greasy, oily stains like perspiration stains and ring around the collar. Fels naptha has stood the test of time for over 100 years so you know it really works.
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For those not in the know, it's an old school multipurpose soap. You can Google how to use it, as instructions aren't provided. There are tons of uses. For me for tough stains, I wet the shirt down and rub on the area with the stain and let it sit. For all over stains I fill up a bucket with hot water, stir in some shavings and let it sit. Then dump it all in the washer and hit run. I also now use it as an overall washing detergent, I just shave some of the bar in where the soap goes. Super easy, and I'm probably paying 1/100th of what I used to pay for detergent, pretreatment, and all the other junk.

It's not for everyone, but it is funny how thrifty people claim to be on SD. Really, this is slick and frugal, more so than most laundry related posts. Granted, it is anti-consumerism, a much different way of doing things and that's tough too.
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This stuff works amazingly well for preventing poison ivy if you've come into contact with it.
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It gets the caked up deodorant stains out
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Nice deal, been wanting to try this for travel laundry
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No idea what this is.. but for 68 cents, I really can't go wrong.
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I bought a couple last time, I found them a waste wasn't like a pre treat you had to rib hard then it just crumbled. I do t get it.
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This is a great price for Amazon as they never have these at reasonable prices. They are normally like $1 at Walmart. My wife swears by these to take out stains like grass and clay from sports.
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Ah just in time for Feliz Navidad!
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It gets the caked up deodorant stains out
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I bought a couple last time, I found them a waste wasn't like a pre treat you had to rib hard then it just crumbled. I do t get it.
For those not in the know, it's an old school multipurpose soap. You can Google how to use it, as instructions aren't provided. There are tons of uses. For me for tough stains, I wet the shirt down and rub on the area with the stain and let it sit. For all over stains I fill up a bucket with hot water, stir in some shavings and let it sit. Then dump it all in the washer and hit run. I also now use it as an overall washing detergent, I just shave some of the bar in where the soap goes. Super easy, and I'm probably paying 1/100th of what I used to pay for detergent, pretreatment, and all the other junk.

It's not for everyone, but it is funny how thrifty people claim to be on SD. Really, this is slick and frugal, more so than most laundry related posts. Granted, it is anti-consumerism, a much different way of doing things and that's tough too.
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I like using it on stains that develop on collars of my shirts. Wet the shirt, rub the Felsnaptha and let it soak for about 30 minutes and then wash. Usually works well. Depending on the stain you may have to really use some elbow grease.
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This stuff works amazingly well for preventing poison ivy if you've come into contact with it.
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Ah just in time for Feliz Navidad!
Nope..
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you can use it for acne, cold sores, bug repellant, carpet stains....
http://flusterbuster.com/fels-nap...eries.html
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It gets the caked up deodorant stains out
Did you just wet the shirt, work the soap in, and let it sit?
Try using the clear, unscented deodorant - you don't get this build up.

As kids, we washed with it if we got exposed to stinging nettle or poison ivy.
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Brain hurts.
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