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T-shirt stains


O. K., this works sometimes, but not always:  Visit your local supermarket's
laundry supply aisle.  Look for a rack of small plastic bottles called
"Stain Devils".  There is a different formula for just about every kind of
stain.  Select the one for red wine stains and try that one on your
T-shirts.  You may save some of them.  I agree with the view point that the
sap from the abyssinian red banana(of course, it's not an aroid) has the
most notorious stain-making capability.
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