Genie Magic Laundry Soap handles more than just the laundry.
Genie Magic Soap is great for washing walls.
Use 1 scoop of Genie Magic Soap in a 1/2 of small pail of very warm water. Genie Magic Soap removes the ugliest of problems on painted walls - greece and general grime. Great for Kitchen and Bath areas.
Works great as a Toilet Bowl cleaner. Use a scoop and a stir and brush the walls of the toilet.
Sparkling clean. With no chemicals.
Mechanics - full of greace and grime -
Take a scoop of Genie Magic Soap and a bit of water work into the hands and areas that are soiled. Rinse with plenty of water. No one will know you worked on your vehicle.
The best spot remover ever: Set in clothing, new stains, carpet stains, pet stains and more. Note: it is always good to test a small area first. Personally I have not had a fade but with different fibers, fabrics it is always good to test first.
To remove just about any stain. Take Hydrogen peroxide (standard 3% found at any drug store) and wet stain with peroxide, now add a dollup of Genie Magic Soap to the area and rub in - watch the stain disappear. You may need to add a bit more of the hydrogen peroxide for moisture and rub. Now launder as usual. . For carpet and rugs be sure to test an area first. Apply Hydogen Peroxide to the stain and with a scrub brush rub in Genie Magic Soap and stain should begin to disappear. When finished rub with a wet towel or cloth and dry with a towel.
** Please note most stains will be removed. However, due to different fibers and stain some may not.
The dreaded task of cleaning the Grill made simple.
I used a half a bucket of hot water, 1 Tablespoon of Genie Magic Soap, a small squirt of Dawn and a sponge.
The grease and grime wiped away easily leaving the grill looking almost like new.
Genie Magic Soap works great on grimmy hands that have worked in the garden or on a vehicle.
Pictures on right are from my son who worked on a vehicle and had ground in grease and grime from the engine he worked on his hands.
Just a teaspoon of Genie Magic Soap and a little water and your hands will be clean again.
From Mary Ellen's - Best of helpful hints. Warner Books
Cleaning your machine: Fill the washer with warm water and pour a gallon of distilled vinegar into it. Run the machine through an entire cycle. The vinegar will cleanse the hoses and unclog soap scum from them.
The Final Rinse Cycle: To make sure clothes receive a thorough rinsing, add 1 cup of white vinegar tothe rinse cycle. This will help dissolve the alkalines in soaps and detergents. Plus it will give you soft and sweet smelling clothing for just pennies.
Vinegar is a must for hand washing. It cuts down soap so fast you will only have to rinse 2 times.
A teaspoon of Epsom salts to a gallon of rinse water will help keep most materials from fading and running.
Machine Wash Your Dainty Garments: Drop your dainty garments into a pillowcase and fasten the loose end with a plastic bag tie. Place in washer and wash on a gentle cycle.
When the Red Wine Spills: Sprinkle the spill immediately with lots of salt. Dunk into cold water and rub the stain out before washing.
Blood: Cover area with meat tenderizer. Apply cool water to make a pste. Wait 15-30 minutes, sponge with cool water.
Chewing Gum: Place garment in a plastic bag and put in freezer. Scrape off frozen gum. or Loosen gum by soaking in white vinegar or rubbing with egg white before laundering.
Ballpoint Ink: Apply hairspray liberally to stain. Rub with a clean dry cloth and the ink usually disappears. This works exceptionally well on polyester fabrics. or Try rubbing alcohol on the spot before laundering.
FIRST AID TREATMENT
First Aid Treatment:EYE IRRANTANT. HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED OR PUT IN MOUTH KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS. ALWAYS CLOSE THE CONTAINER AFTER USE. DO NOT INGEST.
If swallowed give a glass of water or milk and call a poison control center at 1.800.222.1222 or doctor immediately. Do not induce vometing. If in eyes rinse immediately with plenty of water for 15 minutes and seek medical advice.