I used to have a shelf above my washer and dryer with all of my laundry stuff on it, unfortunately I didn't know that the shelves weren't put into the studs. When it came crashing down, the bottle of bleach spilled on my husbands AC/DC t-shirt leaving cream colored blotches on black, so I twisted the shirt up as if I were going to tie-dye it and used a spray bottle of bleach,. It came out as a cream, grey and black tie dyed shirt, much more origional than the previous.
Oh and on a side note, my mother taught me to make a home made stain remover that works on 90% of stains and is very very cheap. When there's about
an inch left in your dish soap bottle, pour in another inch of peroxide and then fill with water. Because of the peroxide you'll want to check to make sure it won't distort colors, but the dish soap takes out greasy stains and the peroxide takes out organic. I've had it remove stains that had already been washed and dried, even from period panties LOL
Any idiot can face a crisis - it's day to day living that wears you out.
My train of thought derailed long ago, now I take the bus, few more stops, but I eventually get there.
FM, costocontritis, wide spread arthritis, fibroid tumors, PTSD, 2 heart attacks at 22, PID
Buspar 10mg, Acetometaphen 500mg, Zantac 150mg, B-complex, Tramadol 150mg
Post Edited (MrsCavbar) : 1/5/2010 8:27:11 PM (GMT-7)