The wonder box is on the way!!! The directions are a little vague, but I think I have it figured out now. I am taking pictures so hopefully, I can put them on tomorrow (dare I say that?). I can't even blame having the grand kiddies over, just have to many irons in the fire!! Please be patient, I am anxious to use it myself!!
It cost $1.30 for 1 quart of dry laundry soap. If you have a regular capacity washer and average soiling on your laundry, that will take 1 Tablespoon. That would give you 64 loads of laundry. I have been using 2 T. per load because I have the largest capacity washer, made by Maytag about 1998 0r 1999. I did use 3 T. on an especially dirty stinky load. I should get 30 loads for $1.3o. I am pretty pleased with that.
1. This spot has been washed, bleached with a Clorox pen, soaked, treated with a grease buster, you name it! It got the color out finally, but never would just disappear for me. 2. Today it did!
1. This stain had not been treated or washed before today. 2. It is lighter, but not completely gone. I'm going to bleach it now with the bleach pen, wash it one more time and see if the discoloration can be wiped out.