I have 4 favorite stain lifters for my dirty laundry.
They are cheap, easy to use and always in my pantry or laundry room.
1. Vinegar- I pour this straight onto grass stains. I also use it in place of fabric softener. I pour 1/4 to 1/2 cup of vinegar into my fabric softener dispenser. It leaves my clothes soft and fresh. Plus, it kills any germs that the laundry soap may have left behind, and rinses away any left behind soap.
2. Rubbing Alcohol - Squirt this onto ink stains and it then toss it into the wash.
3. Hydrogen Peroxide - I most commonly use this on urine or sweat stains, as well as berry or sauce stains. I spray the stain, let it sit a few minutes before tossing it into the wash.
4. Fels Naptha or Homemade Lard Soap- This is best for oily or grungy dirt stains. Just moisten the stain and rub the bar of soap into the stain, then launder as usual.