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Bleach is the worst damage, but it's not really a stain.
I'd say...petroleum based sealants are some of the most difficult to remove. anything that works into the fabric and is also oily...just tough to remove without damaging the material.
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FrostByte wrote:Pit stains.
Actually, pit stains can be removed! I have a very nice button up shirt that's 14 years old. I love it and it means a lot to me. But, over the years of hard, layered, sweaty wear, it accumulated a yellow ring in the armpits and a permanent vague scent of b.o. there. I whined to my mother about this and she laughed and ordered me to bring the shirt over. She taught me to: wet the affected area; create a thick paste of oxyclean and water; coat the affected area, inside and out, with the oxyclean paste; let sit for at least 10 hours, then throw into the washing machine and wash like normal. And, omgwtfbbq, it was like a brand new shirt!
I have learned so many stain solutions from my mother (i.e. I watch her while she does it for me); she is a stain-removing goddess. She gets ink stains out with hairspray. Blood out with hydrogen peroxide and cold water. She got an 8 yr old red wine stain out of a camel skirt with... actually, I have no idea, I think that one was magic. She can remove pretty much anything so long as it hasn't been through a dryer or hot wash--heat sets the stain. Note from goldenthorn's mother: never put your good clothing in the dryer--only hang dry!--and wash everything on cold water settings.
I rose in rainy autumn and walked abroad in a shower of all my days.
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Bananas are a decent pain to get out.