-Baking soda: great for removing odors
-Dishwashing liquid: a wonderful spotter, used undiluted on tough stains
-Lemon juice: nature's bleach and disinfectant
-Hydrogen peroxide: three-percent hydrogen peroxide is great for removing blood stains
-Shampoo: great for treating ring-around-the-collar, mud, and cosmetic stains
-WD-40 Lubricant: This is your answer to nasty grease stains and oil stains on clothes
-White vinegar: a great spotter for suede
Plus, the following natural cleaning remedies can be made for pennies - and in many instances work better than their store bought counterparts. Always begin with a clean spray and/or squeeze bottle and make sure to label all products you make, what they contain, and their purpose:
To Remove Beverage, Fruit and Grass: Combine equal portions of: White vinegar liquid dishwashing soap Water Shake well and work the solution into the spot. Let stand a few minutes and then launder as usual.
A General All-Purpose Laundry Spotter: Combine the following to make this generic spotter that works on a wide array of stains: 1 part rubbing alcohol 2 parts water If you use a large spray bottle you can add 1 bottle of alcohol and 2 of the alcohol bottles filled with water. Spray this on spots and spills, wait a few minutes, and then launder as usual.
Non-oily Stain Remover Combine equal portions of the following ingredients: Ammonia Liquid dishwashing soap Water Shake well, and work the solution into the spot. Let stand a few minutes and flush with water. The solution works well on stains such as, milk, blood, perspiration, and urine. Do not use on washable wool, silk, spandex, acrylic and acetate.
Oily Stain Remover Combine the following: 1 tablespoon glycerin 1 tablespoon liquid dishwashing soap 8 tablespoons of water Work the solution into grease and oil stains. Let sit a few minutes, flush with water and launder as usual. These spotters are for washable fabric only. When in doubt, test first!
Taken from Talking Dirty Laundry With The Queen of Clean
i love all of her recipes!! i like using them :'}} hope they work well for you AND she's frugal!!! LOL