I have tried a lot of different types of natural stain removers, here’s what has worked (an not worked) for me so far. I’ll also rate each stain remover on a scale of 1 to 10, one being the worst and ten being the best.
This is probably the best natural stain remover of all of the different brands I have purchased. It has a pleasant smell and works on all types of stains from food, and stubborn food, to poop, dirt, and grass stains. If I know I have a stain that’s going to be hard to get out, this is my “go-to” stain remover. It works great if you treat the stain right away and let it sit before laundering, but it also works if the stain is treated right before washing.
For a DIY-er who is concerned with ingredients in every product I use, I’d prefer to use more natural stain removers. I’ll give you simple techniques for five tricky laundry stains you may encounter, and I’ll also suggest some all-purpose options we like.