How to Make Clothing Stain Remover with Peroxide

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6-05-2022, 04:10
You had a red wine disaster all over your new white pants, but have realized your fabric stain remover is M.I.A. Frantically you could soak your garment in cold water and a little club soda to lift the stain, but you still see pinkish/red wine splattered all over your favorite pants. Don’t panic yet, if you have a little hydrogen peroxide on hand and washing soda you can lift that stain like a pro.

Method 1 of 2:For Fresh Stains

  1. Combine 1 part hydrogen peroxide with 1 part washing soda (or baking soda) and 2 parts water in a spray bottle. This will create a potent but more gentle stain remover.
  2. Shake gently to combine before use.
  3. Spray and set. Rub with either a clean cloth or scrub brush depending upon the fabric and stain.
  4. Rinse and repeat if necessary. You may want to give this solution an extra rinse to ensure the baking soda is completely removed from the fabric.

Method 2 of 2:For Stubborn Stains

  1. Combine 1 part washing soda with 3 parts hydrogen peroxide in a spray bottle.
  2. Gently shake bottle until well combined. Don’t overdo it as it could foam and explode.
  3. Spray directly on stain and allow solution to set for several minutes. Use a small scrub brush to fully integrate the solution into the stain.
  4. Rinse and repeat if necessary.


  • hydrogen peroxide - enough to cover the stain
  • Washing soda or baking soda
  • Distilled water


  • Consider allowing the solution to stay on the stain for at least 20 minutes, especially if the stain is stubborn or has set.
  • Store hydrogen peroxide mixtures in an opaque container to avoid having the compound break down due to light exposure.

Things You'll Need

  • Spray bottle
  • Bucket
  • Small scrub brush
  • A few white, cotton cloths
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