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Antifreeze Stain on Favorite Shirt.

Is there any way to get it out. Just washing it didn't work.

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try oxyclean. What I do is get real hot water then mix in a scoop (helps to dissolve it), let it cool down and then soak your shirt in the bowl for a while, give it a rub with a soft brush if available. Then rinse thouroghly, then dry. That always works for me with tough stains.
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not sure about antifreeze, but this might work.

When getting blood stains out of clothing, use hydrogen peroxide.
you put it on the stain, let it dry, then throw it in the wash.....

....it just might work on antifreeze.

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I've had shout take out tranny fluid stains before. Might try that if all else fails.

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not sure about antifreeze, but this might work.

When getting blood stains out of clothing, use hydrogen peroxide.
you put it on the stain, let it dry, then throw it in the wash.....

....it just might work on antifreeze.
blood stains eh? and how might you know this handy lil fact sir? been doing the "how many bodies can i fit in the trunk" routine? lmao

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I've used Goop before to get a lot of stubborn stains out. Seems to work good.

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blood stains eh? and how might you know this handy lil fact sir? been doing the "how many bodies can i fit in the trunk" routine? lmao
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try windshield washer fluid .

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I don't think your shirt will ever be the same after you do all of this to it!

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Try soaking it in Antifreeze. That will get it all the same color and you won't notice the stain.

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Battery acid will take that right out

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Try soaking it in Antifreeze. That will get it all the same color and you won't notice the stain.
lol thats kinda what i was thinking too lol
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