Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Tuesday Tip

Since I started working at Bath and Body Works last fall, we have to wear white shirts to work.  I dug out a few old shirts and found that they had yellow underarm stains.  I tried several things that didn't seem to do the job.  My friend, Lisa Barnes, suggested Grandma's Secret Recipe Spot Remover.  I finally remembered to pick some up at the quilt shop.
Its hard to squeeze but put the spot remover on the yellow stain and it does remove it.  I have saved several shirts from the rag bag.
So if it works on underarm stains, how about other stains you ask?  I found a pair of jeans that my son had worn while putting new brakes on a car.  I put Grandma's Secret on the grease stains and washed almost right away.  Stains gone!!!
This is not a paid ad,  this is just information from my own experience.
Today I am linking up with Connie at Freemotion by the River.
Yours in quilting,


  1. Thanks for the tip! (Mine are usually wine stains...chuckles!!)

  2. I've had good luck with blood stains using Grandma's

  3. Maybe you should suggest that Bath and Body Works should carry Grandma's Secret in their stores.