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    An odd, BUT serious question.....

    An odd, BUT serious question.....

    SORRY to ask this, but i really dont know how to find this info on the internet without running into some porno site....and i dont really want to ask my mom this...

    Without going into much detail, so i dont get this topic locked....

    What is the best stain remover to get rid of sperm stains........

    Sorry if this instults any.............


    also now that i got some stain remover experts reading this.....i also got a *mayo?* stain that looks like a sperm stain that my mom cant get out either.......any suggestions? THANKS!
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    fun weekend?


    Figure out the type of fabric and look it up by that (minus the type of stain). Go to a site that specializes in these sorts of things. You'll only get mocked here

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    I would have *thought* a regular washing powder would do the trick, just put it on a high temperature wash
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    Originally posted by jamble7000
    I would have *thought* a regular washing powder would do the trick, just put it on a high temperature wash

    But that.... would.... kill them




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    Surely this is covered in some great detail in Bill Clinton's new book.
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    Originally posted by yasunobu13
    fun weekend?
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    quality

    will he get the stain out?? tune in next week folks to find out.

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    Some hot water and soap should help. Be sure to wash the soap off properly though, or you'll have a bad soap stain.
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    If you don't mind me asking... where exactly are these stains?? Please say your girlfriends best curtains

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    It's also impossible to get out of cat fur. Er...so I hear.
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    biological washing powders should get it out.

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    if you can eat it (harmlessly), then it's washable.

    put a little elbow grease into it...you'll be fine...
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    Originally posted by littleMatt
    If you don't mind me asking... where exactly are these stains?? Please say your girlfriends best curtains
    lol - zuffle.
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    Use any detergent that declares it's good on grass stains... those type of detergents, like Oxy-Clean for instance, break down the amino acids and proteins inherent to organic compounds.

    *walks out of thread, whistling. this is me trying real hard not to chuckle*

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    Originally posted by hurricaneone
    lol - zuffle.
    ah you a fan of Roger Mellie too then

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    Originally posted by gerbick
    Use any detergent that declares it's good on grass stains... those type of detergents, like Oxy-Clean for instance, break down the amino acids and proteins inherent to organic compounds.

    *walks out of thread, whistling. this is me trying real hard not to chuckle*
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    check out bissell.com website
    go to home solutions
    then go to stain guide.
    may not be specifically called "sperm"
    but should be something close for you..

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    Originally posted by alty29
    do you know everything?
    nope.

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    Originally posted by gerbick
    nope.
    would've been funnier if you had said yes...



    yes, i know you dont mean to be funny...

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    I'm resisting jokes in this thread. he was quite open to a good zing, but I let him be.

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