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  1. BuggyEyed

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    Posted 10 months ago
    Fri Nov 10 2017 20:50:32
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    Is there an effective way to remove the fecal stains from fabrics? I searched the forums but the posts I found were several years old. I thought mayne advancements have been made since then. I have a very nice quilt that has suffered stains and I having trouble removing them. Any advice?

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    Posted 10 months ago
    Sat Nov 11 2017 11:36:38
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    I'm also interested in cleaning ideas but more for blood.

    Maybe oxi-clean or resolve or something like that.

    I am NOT an expert.
    My opinions are just opinions, they may NOT apply to yours or any situation.
    My advice is to always do a LOT of research.
    A lot of what I read contradicts other stuff on the Interweb.
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    Posted 10 months ago
    Tue Nov 14 2017 10:57:55
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    *tap,tap,tap* Is this thing on? Anyone have any ideas? I've tried peroxide and bleach. Neither completely removed the stains. I'd love to be able to salvage this quilt and my linens.

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    Posted 10 months ago
    Thu Nov 16 2017 16:56:35
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    If you have not put your stained linen in the dryer, you can try the OxyClean Max Force stick and let it work overnight. If you have run your quilt throught the dryer already there is not much that can be done as the heat will "bake" the stain into the fabric.


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