Laundry Nugget Basics
The casing on the Laundry Nuggets is made of MonoSol® film and dissolves in water, therefore there’s no need to “open” the nugget before throwing it in the wash. It’ll dissolve as your clothes are washed, leaving you with fresh, clean laundry.
Laundry Nuggets are hassle and mess free, great for those of us who don’t have a lot of time to fuss over the laundry – from busy moms to bachelors tied up with work. Sometimes the nuggets have been shipped through freezing conditions and harden. If this happens to your Laundry Nuggets, you can roll the nugget between your fingertips to soften it before placing it in the drawer or drum of your machine.
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Red wine, oil, ink and even sweat can leave some unsightly stains on your clothes, carpet or furniture, but with the right products and technique even the worst stains can be removed. Follow these easy stain removal tips the next time you have a stain mishap.
Sometimes your regular laundry detergent isn’t enough to remove stains, but that doesn’t mean you need to turn to toxic stain removers. Adding one tablespoon of Nellie’s Oxygen Brightener with your regular laundry soap will help release clothing stains. For pesky stains that cling to clothes, you can dilute Oxygen Brightener in water and spray directly onto fabric before laundering.
Removing Stains Throughout the House
Stains can show up all over your house, not just on your clothes. From carpets to kitchen counters, you should be able to tackle all household stains with the same ease you do with your laundry. By adding one teaspoon of Oxygen Brightener to 500ml/16oz of water in a clean spray bottle, you’ll have an all-purpose stain remover to help with removing stains and discolorations around the house. It will help to brighten counters, lift stains from couch cushions and remove pet stains fro the carpet. Always allow the stain remover to sit one to five minutes before rinsing or blotting dry.
For more help with removing stains, visit the FAQ section of the site.