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    100 Ways to Use Freshengo 123Wash Pods

    100 Ways to Use Freshengo 123Wash Pods

    Here are 100 ways to use 123Wash Laundry pods to keep your laundry sparkling clean and free of unexpected messes.


    Freshengo 123Wash pods are your new cleaning best friend. This plant-based, color-safe, non toxic alternative is perfect for tough jobs–whether on laundry or around the house.

    Here are 100 ways to use Freshengo 123Wash to keep your laundry and home sparkling clean and free of unexpected messes. Toss a pod in the wash or dissolve in water, put on a pair of gloves (the high pH can be a bit irritating on skin directly), and get ready for the cleanest home of your life!

    1. Whiten white clothing
    2. Whiten white sheets and bed linens
    3. Whiten white towels
    4. Brighten colorful clothing
    5. Brighten colorful sheets and bed linens
    6. Brighten colorful towers
    7. Whiten and brighten throw blankets
    8. Remove stubborn odors from exercise clothing
    9. Deodorize sports equipment
    10. Remove stubborn odors from work clothes
    11. Strip towels and sheets in your machine
    12. Clean cloth diapers
    13. Wash pet beds (and get rid of any animal smells!)
    14. Remove stains from cloth napkins
    15. Remove musty scent from old towels
    16. Wash kitchen rags
    17. Presoak laundry to remove stubborn stains of all kinds
    18. Pretreat stains on cotton
    19. Pretreat stains on canvas
    20. Rescue clothes accidentally left in wash overnight
    21. Wash sneakers in the washing machine
    22. Clean running shoes
    23. Wash a futon cover
    24. Wash your bath mat
    25. Wash your shower liner
    26. Wash your shower curtain
    27. Wash makeup sponges
    28. Wash a comforter
    29. Wash cloth face masks
    30. Remove lipstick stains
    31. Remove mud and dirt stains
    32. Remove Sweat Stains
    33. Remove Sunscreen Stains
    34. Remove Nail Polish Stains
    35. Remove Foundation Stains
    36. Remove Deodorant Stains
    37. Remove Coffee Stains
    38. Remove Tea Stains
    39. Remove wine stains
    40. Remove Cooking Oil Stains
    41. Remove underarm yellowing
    42. Remove Mustard Stains
    43. Remove caramel stains
    44. Remove  berry stains
    45. Remove food coloring stains
    46. Remove soot stains
    47. Remove baby poop stains
    48. Remove chewing gum stains
    49. Remove blood stains
    50. Clean your washing machine
    51. Clean your dishwasher soon
    52. Clean your car
    53. Clean your toilet soon
    54. Deodorize trash cans
    55. Deodorize your diaper pail
    56. Clean your recycling bin
    57. Clean and deodorize your compost bin
    58. Clean your bathtub
    59. Wash your mop
    60. Clean your kitchen sink
    61. Clean your bathroom sink
    62. Clean your shower
    63. Clean the outside of your fridge
    64. Clean the inside of your fridge
    65. Clean countertops
    66. Clean kitchen or bathroom tiles
    67. Brighten grout lines
    68. Clean your stovetop
    69. Clean your humidifier
    70. Clean your carpet
    71. Clean a rug
    72. Clean a fence
    73. Clean your coffee pot (and get rid of stubborn coffee stains!)
    74. Clean stains off concrete
    75. Clean a litter box or crate
    76. Soak pots and pans to remove stuck on food
    77. Remove stubborn tea and coffee stains from mugs
    78. Freshen drains
    79. Freshen garbage disposals 
    80. Clean hardwood floors
    81. Clean tile floors
    82. Clean linoleum floors
    83. Clean patio & deck surfaces
    84. Clean patio furniture
    85. Spot clean upholstery
    86. Eliminate carpet stains
    87. Wash kid's plastic toys
    88. Wash stuffed animals
    89. Make a white t-shirt look brand new
    90. Spot clean white sneakers
    91. Spot clean boots
    92. Remove stains from walls 
    93. Whiten walls
    94. Wash windows
    95. Clean tools
    96. Remove labels from jars (simply soak jars in a solution of Oxi Booster and hot water!)
    97. Clean your range hood filter (just be sure to fully clean the Oxi after, as prolonged exposure could cause rusting on aluminum or iron!)
    98. Spot clean a baby carrier
    99. Clean seasonal decorations like ornaments
    100. Clean reusable shopping bags



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